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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] thema: well, on wisn 12 news this morning. ready, set, run! a marathon is taking over the streets of milwaukee. where you can go to cheer on the athletes and you want to avoid. plus, a salute to service during today's soccer game. how our veterans will be honored, plus the team wants you to bring a can of soup to the game. first, a live look outside on this sunday morning. some of you waking up to a little bit of patchy fog today. but we are tracking sunshine and a warmup this morning. good morning, everyone. welcome to wisn 12 news this morning. i'm thema ponton. thank you so much for joining us this morning.
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november 6th. check the clocks. we will check in right now, with meteorologist jeremy nelson who is in the weather center and keeping an eye on a sunny day, jeremy. jeremy: yeah it looks great outside, thema after a fantastic day. we have sunshine out there, calm winds and comfortably cool in milwaukee. our temperature with full sunshine. 47 degrees. no rain to speak up. good condition. inland a little bit, we noticed hint of fog in the low-lying areas and river values. there has been locally dense fog, but fairly isolated around juneau and burnlineten -- burlington. that will beef lifting with the
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your seven-day forecast is coming up. thema: thank you, jeremy. new this morning a juvenile is airlifted to milwaukee after a shooting in racine. according to racine police, officers were called around 7:45 last night to 16th and grange for shots fired. officers found the victim taken to a hospital in rusteen and flow to children's. we are working to learn the victim's name this morning. also new this morning a milwaukee. this was the scene just before 3:00 a.m. near holden and brown. milwaukee police tell wisn 12 news a woman was driving a car she was not used to driving, started to veer, overcorrected, and hit the building. she had minor injuries. well, hundreds of runners are getting ready to hit the streets of milwaukee for the city's annual running festival. some streets have closed for the marathon and half marathon.
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for you. the race begin at veteran's park. the first runners leaving a couple of minutes ago. the race impacts wisconsin avenue, lake drive, and charmin boulevard. the streams could be block into the afternoon. and the county transit is warning of bus delays. today the green bay packers host the indianapolis colts. the packers are closely getting healthy. go back. and cobb is questionable. math hues and rulenerize questionable. both could be key to helping the packers force more turnovers today. and green bay have forced just eight turnovers in seven games. the fourth fewest in the nfl. the packers nearly had two in the falcons game-winning drive on sunday and dicks had one of the chances, mike mccarthy praised the safety, but in two
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season games. >> i have to continue to be patient. you know, my time will come. when it is time to come, and the play comes my way, i have to make the place. right now, i've been doing a good job of helping the guys lay on the outside. that's my job. >> i don't think i need to do anything. or change it. i need to continue to help into the ball, and be around the ball. when the time comes it will come. thema: kickoff is at 3:25. and fans going up to tailgate ar nonperishable food item, the team is hosting a food drive part of the touchdown for charity program. all of the food will be donated in green bay and the hunger task force. and packers hall of famer, green, will be collecting food and taking pictures with fans. every team playing today will honor our country's armed forces. part of the nfl's salute to service. each player will wear a camo
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activities on and off of kneeled before and during the game to honor or veterans. the men and women who served our country were honored in downtown milwaukee yesterday. looking at video of the city's annual veteran day parade. the happens every year before veteran's day, november 11th. 1,000 veterans and military from southeastern wisconsin marched in the event. it ended at the war ri prescriptions forroidopes dropped over the last year in wisconsin. the state's control substance board recently published their report. showing a 10% drop in the number of opioid prescriptions written and filled compared to last year. it does not say what percentage of doctors check the database. but the use steadily increased. it was setup in 2013.
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check it in january. in commitment 2016 coverage now. 630,000 people have voted early across wisconsin. that is according to the state's election commission. they released new numbers yesterday showing more than 775,000 absentee ballots have been turned in. most of those from voting early in person. in milwaukee, the city set a new record, an estimated 53,000 early ballots have been cast in the city. than the 36,500 early votes from 2012. and while early voting has ended, for you to vote in the election now, you have to go to your polling place on tuesday. on friday we checked on elections preparations in greenfield, the city clerk is telling wisn 12 news there will be 200 workers on hand at the polls on election day. >> we are ready. there is a lot of planning and preparation that goes on behind-the-scenes.
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we're excited to see everything unfold. thema: the polls open at 7:00 a.m. on election day. you do need to bring a photo i.d. in order to vote. president republican candidate, donald trump has canceled an appearance in west allis. he was supposed to hold a rally this afternoon at state fair park, but it was called off. this exam blames a scheduling conflict. donald trump visited wisconsin eight times since launching his presidential campaign. this is the second time he cael park. in october he called off a rally in west allis citing a scheduling conflict. yesterday, mike pence was in wisconsin, he spoke at a rally with other g.o.p leaders including paul ryan and ron johnson. and donald trump is ok this morning after the secret service rushed him off the stage at abevent in reno, nevada, someone
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search. no weapon was found. officials have not saying if that person was charged with a crime. donald trump did come back to the stage and finished his speech. today democratic vice president candidate, tim kaine will stop in milwaukee. it is happening at 9:00 this morning. and he will stop in green bay and lacrosse. hillary clinton has not made appearances inn wisconsin since the april is focusing her attention on key battleground states including florida and pennsylvania. in philadelphia, she got back up from singer katy perry to spread her message. and tonight james taylor will perform in manchester, new hampshire. you can watch cover at 4:00 p.m.
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counting sheep to lose pounds. changing in your sleep cycle may effect weight loss. plus, a sunday dinner you don't have to cook. where you can enjoy a plate of spaghetti and homemade meat balls without having the mess in your kitchen. and meteorologist jeremy nelson is standing by in the weather center with our sunday forecast. jeremy: good sunday morning. near record warmth in the forecast for today. i will let you know how far temperatures climb in the hour-by-hour f russ feingold: in the senate there's a choice- you can go along with the rigged system, or you can stand for something that matters. i stand with wisconsin working families. going to all 72 counties, i know how hard you work and how wages aren't keeping up. senator johnson stands with ceo's -tax loopholes for billionaires, tax breaks for companies that ship jobs overseas. i'll take on the rigged system.
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thema: welcome back to wisn 12 news this morning. it is 7:12 this morning. be sure to check the clocks. well, new this morning, not getting enough sleep may cause you to eat more.
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deprived people ate 385 extra calories a day. that is about the same as eating four half slices of bread. those people tended to eat more fat and less protein. people with chronic sleep disorders could be at risk of a significant weight gain. here is a new and radical idea for losing weight. stop eating after 2:00 p.m. a recent study conducted by the national institute of diabetes and kidney disease is saying ch eat can change your metabolism. an 18-hour daily fast keeps attitude levels even throughout the day. those who took part in the study did not have hunger swings and their metabolisms changed to burn fat and carbs. overnight we watched as the clocks fell back an hour here at wisn 12 news, and that extra hour of sleep is welcomed by many people, but for some people it could be taking a hold on -- toll on their health.
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here is dr. timothy johnson. reporter: turning our clocks back an hour, daylights savings does get you an extra hour of precious sleep, but may law is of the circadian rhythm, our clock, that could lead to missleeping, that is stress on the body. nobody can dodge day lathed saving, but we can use the time to minimize the effect on sleep pattern. good sleep patterns and getting rest today and tomorrow will help your body accli to the change. lower the lights, and turn off the tv and devices, and trick yourself to go to bet later, and set your alarm for 15 minutes more sleep each money. baby steps. and day light saving time in the fall, people will be spending more of their waking hours in the dark. that is lead to a time of depression known as seasonal effective disorder. follow there are treatments for that using bright lights.
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with this medical minute, i'm dr. timothy johnson. thema: well this morning you can grab a hot breckt, the bostonnish brotherhood lodge, for eight dollars, you can get pancakes and sausage, cringle and coffee, from 9:00 to 1:00. the supports community programs in kenosha. and later today you can enjoy a spaghetti supper with the sisters of st. joan. this is the sisters have hosted the event. from noon until 5:00 today. all of the proceeds go to support students. ten dollars for adults and seven dollars for children. you can sample your what through restaurants, brew hears and cheesemakers. today is the final day of the savor milwaukee center at the wisconsin center. there are cooking demonstrations and cookbook signings.
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about savor milwaukee on the free app. the smell of fresh cookies is probably filling many kitchens this morning. yesterday hundreds of either bakers lined up to grab this year's energy cookie book. the parking lot at miller park was packed as people waited in line for their copy. the theme of this year's book is wisconsin heritage edition. 40 recipes from many well-known wisconsin people. their there are events all over wisconsin this month. we have a link with more information on www.wisn.com. and linsey decided to tryout which of the recipes. they made the cookies like on our wisn 12 news facebook page. if you want to see her in action, you can find the video on our facebook page. and some of those cookies in the newsroom right now. thumbs up. they are all very good.
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to try one. thema: for those out who want to open the windows. jeremy: you don't need to run the furnace. this afternoon, open up the windows. get fresh air in. changes in the seven-day forecast. but in the short-term another present day. if you change the clocks before heading to bed last night. let's go over the sunrise and sunset times today. sunrise is the biggest for most people. the sunset this evening at 4:37 and with the early sunrise time this morning you may have slept through it. good news here, we love to show our viewer photos. john came through again, and tweeted me this sunrise photo in milwaukee. thema earlier said, wow that is gorgeous. so thank you, gone that. we will try to share a few more early this morning. you can reach me on twitter.
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we sneak in an extra degree or two we may break it if we touch 70 for a second straight day. our record goes back to 1887 for this date and tied in 1975. and mid to upper 60's this time of the year is way above-average and keep the warmth going into the forecast for the early part of the week. this morning we're starting at 47 degrees. you can see the fantastic conditions from our no wind, but i think we will pickup a breeze, south to southeast 5 to 10 miles per hour it will take the numbers and left them this morning into the 50's and 60's this afternoon. inland locations 30's right now and a couple areas low-lying locations, river valleys have seen just a hint of fog early on this morning. by the afternoon looking at full sunshine. and upper 60's for highs. near record warmth. and even to the north in
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67, and 68 in fond du lac. those areas along the lakeshore about 67 degrees. so full sunshine this afternoon. by 3:00 if you're traveling north for the colts-packers' game, 66 degrees at kickoff. and maybe by the fourth quarter dipping back to the upper 50's. and tonight comfortably cool once again. 40's for nighttime lows in the city. on monday it is another day. almost a carbon copy into the 60's. d in the afternoon. clouds will approach during the night. monday into tuesday. and a band of rain showers move through. they may linger into the morning commute and as the polls open for voting on tuesday. a couple of showers by midday, just mostly cloudy skies and temperatures a little bit cooler. and let's go over the election day forecast now. 50 degrees at 7:00. a couple lingering showers, most of those are working out of the area. dry midday 55. and 50 degrees if you're voting
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8:00 p.m. so okay day to get out and vote on tuesday. here is your week ahead, we say good-bye to the 60's at least for tuesday and wednesday. and thursday is a breezy, warmer day. 63. and that will be out ahead of a cold front, a much stronger one to push our highs back into the 4's by next saturday. it has been months since we have seen a high below 50 degrees. the chance is coming and as soon as saturday, thema. thema: thank you, jerem 7:20. a love story that made its way all of the way to the supreme court. a first look at the film inspired by a landmark case. and later, a security scare at the white house. the secret service forced to
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thema: welcome back. 7:23 right now. opening in some theaters this weekend, the movie "loving." the film is based on it lives of richard and milled loving. an interracial couple. their marriage in 1948 launched a court case that went to the supreme court. here is rick with a look at the film.
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build you a house. right here. our house. >> the story of richard and milled loving, marriage in 1958, led to the supreme court decision of loving versus virginia, that validated laws against interracial marriages, comes to the movie scene in "loving." by the power vested in me by the district of columbia. >> ruth plays millard. >> you have to have the small battles. >> it is a beautiful way. the most fill i'm have worked on. and an important film. for american and the world. >> joe portrays richard. >> people say the film and they cry. they already know the names of
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becomes a significant as others in the civil rights activist, even they were not trying to be that. >> that drew director jeff nickels to the project. >> i didn't know about the story. that up set me. why didn't i don't know about this. >> anything i would like to stay to the supreme court justices of the united states? >> no. tell the judge i love my wife. >> in hollywood. thema: the movie opened in new york and los angeles this weekend. it comes to more cities later this month. wisn 12 news time right now 7:25. a mock election just days before the polls open. it was all based on bobbleheads. we will share which candidate was the fan favorite at the
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of r wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
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thema: good morning, everyone. welcome to wisn 12 news this morning. i'm thema ponton. thank you so much for starting this sunday, november 6th with us. 7:30 this morning with the type change overnight. we're going to begin checking our weather. and meteorologist jeremy nelson is standing by in the weather center with our sunny details. sun up earlier this morning. jeremy: what a great weekend of weather here across southeastern wisconsin. this is the best weather weekend we will see the entire month of november. if you missed out yesterday we have one record warmth. and let's talk about what we are expecting with a look ahead, fantastic conditions for today. as we go into the workweek by election day, a couple of showers to start. i'm saying enjoy today, much colder weather will greet us for the start of next weekend. and the fantastic conditions, 47 degrees in the city. with the full sunshine out there, we will warmup very quickie, whether you are working or playing outside, here is a look at your forecast for today.
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southerly breeze, five to 10. and a dry afternoon. and the earlier sunset time, 4:37 and a high today of 68 degrees. i will talk about changes in the seven-day forecast that may have you grabbing the coat very soon. thema. thema: thank you, jeremy. tensions are running high in the presidential race this weekend. the polls opened just over two days from now. and the candidates and running mates are using the time to cover has much ground as they can, including here in presidential candidate tim kaine will be back in wisconsin. he'll be making stops in green bay, lacrosse, and milwaukee to encourage people to vote on tuesday. the event here in milwaukee is at 9:00. one campaign event is not happening today. for the second time this election season donald trump canceled an event at state fair park. the rally was supposed to be this afternoon in west allis.
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scheduling conflict. instead, four other states today. despite their recent dispute. paul ryan is saying he would have been at today's rally in west allis to support donald trump. he told wisn 12 news that he thinks republicans need to unify. >> so it is important to put the personal contest aside and look at the idea contest that is underneath that. that make it a crystal clear choice. reelection. he and ron johnson have been campaigning across the state this week. between scary moments at a campaign stop and start steelded performance -- star-studded performances. both candidates are coming off of long days on the campaign trail. reporter: donald trump was speaking in reno, nevada, and took note of an apparent protester in the audience. >> we have one of the guys from,
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campaign. reporter: and then suddenly. the secret service detail sprang to his chide and rushed the candidate off the stage. there was a commotion in the crowd in front of the podium. security took a man into custody and escorted him out into the hall. and minutes later donald trump returned unhurt. >> they campaigns wind down. >> i want to for everybody. everybody. reporter: the candidates trying to wind up voters. >> hillary clinton and her special interested rob our country blind. >> and donald trump stealing a kiss from his wife, as she campaigned in north carolina. and massive early voter turn out in florida and nevada. 37 million votes have been cast in 39 states. >> know the power of your own
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>> for hillary clinton. after friday's performance with jay-z and beyonce. katy perry was singing at this concert in philadelphia. hoping to end the campaign on a high note. [music plays] thema: tuesday's general election is the focus of today's upfront with mike gousha. the close senate race and whether donald >> it appears to be a close contest for u.s. senate in wisconsin. not as tight for president. this morning we'll have insight and analysis from marquette law school poll. and the parts of the state to watch on tuesday night and the groups of voters that will decide this election. and our panel will be here to weigh-in on the senate race and races for state legislature. i will ask them, are there surprises brewing.
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9:00 on up front. thema: wisn 12 news is teaming up with abc news to bring you big story coverage on election night. you watch live coverage on the air and on-line. new this morning a security scare prompt as lockdown at the white house. secreted service officials are saying the white house was locked down as a precaution. after a man was walking near the property with a firearm. the man was placed and is facing several charges. the lockdown was lifted a short time later. president barack obama was not at the white house at the time. disturbing revelations into the investigation of a woman held captive in south carolina. the suspect confessed to murdering four people at a motorcycle shop back in 2003. this is days after a 30-year-old
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container in his property. a body was found is the woman's boyfriend. he is being held on one count of kidnapping. he may be responsible for killing as many as seven people. protest continues outside of the standing rock reservation in north dakota. thousands of people have camped out there for months protesting the pipeline that runs from north dakota to southern illinois. this weekend t p to green bay. members of the tribe gathered at lambeau field to protest. protesters are saying the pipeline is an everybody issue, and they want to protect water for religious value. >> i have been in north dakota on two different occasions so far. as a veteran, in menominee and understanding rights and the oil creates in the water.
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thema: the pipeline would stretch from north dakota to southern illinois. the green bay packers are gearing up for their matchup today at home against the indianapolis colts. the colts have not won at lambeau field since energy 88. and the green and gold are hoping to keep it that way. and despite last week's loss, the packers offense had a resurgence against atlanta in the red zone, they scored four out of five trips. teammates are saying aaron rodgers spreading the defense out. >> it has a lot to do with aaron and his mobility and keep plays active. you have five of us running around in the end zone and gives us more option. so, that? something we can be successful doing. we have certain route concepts we run in the red zone. normally it is he getting out of the pocket and making plays. thema: we will see if the team
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the packers taking on the colts this afternoon at 3:25. the celebrations continue for the chicago cubs. the team taking over the happiest place on earth yesterday. m.v.p. and some of his teammates riding through walt disney world. this ended a 108 year drought for the team. look at looking closer to hope, the play at the clenched the world series put a smile on the face of a patient at children's hospital of wisconsin. and ben hutchison introduces thuse the boy that received inspiration and a gift from a cubs star player. >> the cubs. reporter: simply put that is 11-year-old chase's favorite team. >> there are newspapers of the cubs players. reporter: 60 miles from his
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>> cub flags. reporter: it has in a long two months. back in september, chase was not feeling with. he was diagnosed with a rare condition and transferred to children. >> ail plastic anemia that he does have. reporter: his father, mike, says two of chases three siblings were matches. doctors chose ty. >> he got his bone marrow taken out. i got it in me. >> the transplant went well. by game of the world series, chase is hoping for another celebration. his dad capturing the moment. right now drawing extra inspiration from the cubs start first baseman. >> i have signed all star game ball from -- rizzo. >> rizzo a cancer survivor wrote chase a letter. >> he hopes that i feel better.
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[ crying ] >> as you can see, he was very touched by it. give him strength to fight. he has a battle. but it is possible to survive it. >> chasestrong is everywhere. and he built a bond with doctor david. >> thumbs up. >> he lost a bet to chase and made good on it thursday. >> go cubs go. >> i knew that he was going to have to do it. reporter: the prognosis for chase is good. the idea that he will get better and go home in the next month. ben hutchison, wisn 12 news. thema: time right now, 7:39. a unique admirals give away days before the election. coming up -- we will tell you who came out ahead in the team's bobblehead straw poll. and meteorologist jeremy nelson is in the weather center this morning. good morning. jeremy: good morning.
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tracking colder temperatures in the extended forecast. and highs may dip into the 40's. coming up -- you're watching wisn 12 news this morning. russ feingold: in the senate there's a choice- you can go along with the rigged system, or you can stand for something that matters. i stand with wisconsin working families. going to all 72 counties, i know how hard you work and how wages aren't keeping up. senator johnson stands with ceo's
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i'll take on the rigged system. and work to build an economy that works for everyone. i'm russ feingold and i approve this message
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thema: welcome back. 7:43 right now. so did you enjoy the extra hour early this morning at 2:00 a.m. across most of the united states falling back an hour gearing up for winter. leaving people in the dark a little bit early. it is a good time to change the batteries in your smoke alarms and check your emergency supply kits. we are in the weather center and the sun came up this morning and warming us up quickly today. jeremy: yes. 30's and 40's earlier, but this
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also the sun is helping to burn the fog in the inland locations and maybe fill a couple of pockets visibilities less than one mile in dodge county. otherwise they are great across southeastern wisconsin. and temperatures you will notice the cool feel this morning. sunshine could be deceiving for the 30's. and doing yardwork the highs into the 60's. we will talk about a big temperature drop in the seven-day forecast coming up. thema: all right. thank you, jeremy. this morning the badgers are celebrating a big win on the northwestern wildcats. the first time the team won in evanston since 1999. last night's win was the third in the row for the badgers. lucky unable to score a touchdown until the second
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for the touchdown. there was no going back. the badgers holding the lead and earning the win. 21-7. and the ice now, this week the hadmals look -- admirals looking to keep their winning stream against the iowa wild. they won 5-3. next up they take on the chicago wolves on wednesday. before the game, the admirals conducted a straw poll of their own for the presidential a hillary clinton bobblehead or a donald trump bobblehead to take home. the results were close. the team tweeting out the image, donald trump is a winner by a near 27 votes. we will see what happens on tuesday. well, total wine and more is days away from popping the cork on the first wisconsin location. the brookfield store officially opens on thursday.
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were invited inside for a sneak peak. they will sell 8,000 kinds of wines, 3,000 spirits and 500 craft beers. this is the first wisconsin location, a second total went store is already in the works at the 84th south shopping center in greenfield. today is the last chance this season to take in china lights at the botanical gardens. no worries if you have not been able to get there to see the the wildly popular event is returning for another run next year. and our advice is to get out there and see it if you can, we have been out there, it is breathe taking. jeremy: it looks like the stuff is not big, but it is huge. seeing is believing out there. you have to check it out. you can get out there earlier today with the early sunset time, that's advantages.
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disadvantages? jeremy: for us it is good. we like it dark earlier. 4:37. the changes across the area. one benefit is this -- gorgeous look in waukesha this morning. you can tweet me or go to my facebook page. a little bit of sunshine this morning. 50's by 9:00. and then look at this, how fast we warmup today with the south to southwest breeze. in the 60's by midday. and hal high of 68 degrees this afternoon before drifting back a little bit early this evening to the 50's. now, traveling north, packers-colts at lambeau field, the kickoff temperature, unheard of, 66 degrees. and i would say by the fourth
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you can probably get by with a sweatshirt or a t-shirt. it looks great for today. fantastic conditions in racine. 48 degrees, a west to southwest breeze at six miles per hour. i don't know if we will see a cloud in some locations today. beautiful blue skies, and statewide we have clear skies, dry conditions and expecting mild temperatures by a little bit later this morning. on the cool side, it is frosty up in the north woo and lacrosse it is 43. and then a little bit milder in milwaukee near the lakefront at 47. let's fast forward through the morning and into the afternoon with future temps. your community here, follow along as we will pause this during the afternoon. by 2:00 p.m., almost all locations into the 60's. the numbers yesterday with the computer model a couple of degrees low. a few locations closer to 70 in the afternoon.
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morning as you head back to work with temperatures for the most part in the 40's across the area and another in the 60's. sunny conditions today. very little change over the next 24 hours. a cool morning on monday. and mild by monday afternoon with a lot of sunshine. and look what is off to the west. a frontal system will approach the area. you can be grabbing the umbrella sometime on monday night into tuesday. the commute mail have damp roads and a little bit of light rain for early tuesday morning. but the rain will scoot out of here early. and tuesday is also election day. we don't want rain. so no one can make an execution not to vote. now, much colder weather in the seven-day forecast. we fast forward to friday into saturday, and a cold front sweeps through. it will send the coldest air we have seen this season in, but temporary, a couple day cooldown, and then milder air in the plains, that should return. but you will feel the chill in
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with highs potentially to start off next weekend into the 4's. and a couple early morning hours on tuesday. and then a breezy day, the 60's on thursday. behind the front a potential for a day or two in the 40's. thema. thema: thank you, jeremy. wisn 12 news time 7:50. up next, we will introduce you
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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. he's a mexican. claiming a person can't do the job because of their race is sort of like the textbook definition of a racist comment. priorities usa action is responsible
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thema: welcome back to wisn 12 news this morning. downtown milwaukee. runners heading down wisconsin avenue for the milwaukee running festival. those are the elite runners out, there they started at 7:00. they are already through mile seven and eight. wow. we will keep an eye on things for you throughout the morning. streetress blocked off in the area, so traveling mere wisconsin avenue yourself plenty of time to get around. renale presidential candidate donald trump is getting his own comic book. donald trump the road to the
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trump's rise to political power and his campaign for the presidency. similar comic books have been created featuring well-known politicians and others like hillary clinton, marco rubio, and michelle obama. the hardesterize hoping the donald trump comic will promote literacy and knowledge of the political process. well, new on wisn 12 news, a pair of seriously vintage jeans are going up for auction. a maine auction house is putting up for bid jeans bought in 1893. they once belonged to a man who helped in the creation of the arizona territory, they are expected to sell for thousands of dollars. 1888 sold six months ago for six figures. good news for all of the simpsons fans, the animated series have been removed for a 39th and 30th season. homer and the gang will reach
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the previous record was held by gun smoke, which arid 635 episodes. the simpsons has been a staple since 1989. it is time for our pet of the week. the wisconsin humane society with another pet in need of a new home. here is jenny miller and stone-cold. two-month-old kitten i can hear puring and eyeballing me, we will see how this goes. how are you doing this morning. >> i'm great, i'm great. this is stone-cold. he is settling down now. he has kitten energy. he is two-month-old. he arrived to us a couple of weeks old. he was a baby. so he has been age foster home. he has lived with kids and dogs. he does well with both. she neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. he is really to find a new family at 11:00 a.m. >> so stone-cold, the camera is
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tricks? >> you know, i'm sure that he could learn. right now, this is his best trick right now. >> yeah. >> this is what is happening? >> all right. we'll do it upside down. that is fine. >> you are trying to get people ready for tuesday. >> right. yeah. election has been a little bit stressful for everybody. so our solution, we have a new promotion going on throw november 13th called bipartisan cat promotion. every cat that's november 13th you get a chocolate and earplugs. so, those two things may help reduce your stress a little bit. and everyone who adopt as cat gets entered into a drawing for a cat tree. and the kitten fees are reduced by 25%. and our adult cat fees are waved. so great time. >> all right. jenny, thank you. you can find stone-cold at the human society. 7:56.
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this morning. many people got to enjoy the extra hour of sleep. but doctors are saying the extra hour could be doing more harm than good. coming up -- the end of daylight saving time could be taking a
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russ feingold: in the senate there's a choice- you can go along with the rigged system, or you can stand for something that matters. i stand with wisconsin working families. i know how hard you work and how wages aren't keeping up. senator johnson stands with ceo's -tax loopholes for billionaires, tax breaks for companies that ship jobs overseas. i'll take on the rigged system. and work to build an economy that works for everyone. i'm russ feingold and i approve this message
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thema: right now on wisn 12 news this morning a marathon taking over to streets of milwaukee. this is a live look from the milwaukee running avenue, we will also let you know about street closures happening this morning because of the marathon. and a absolute to service during today's packers' game. our veterans will be honored. plus why the team wants you to bring a can of soup to the game. first a live look outside on this sunday morning. the sun is shining on milwaukee this morning. we are tracking a warmup in the hours ahead. good morning, everyone. welcome to wisn 12 news this morning.
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we will get things started with your forecast. meteorologist jeremy nelson is standing by in the weather center. good morning. jeremy. jeremy: hey, good sunny, sunday morning everyone. after the time change last night, a gorgeous sunrise, this morning, 6:33. and the sunrising an hour earlier, the temperatures warmup quicker. get the hour boost with the sun up, we're at 53 degrees in milwaukee. still no wind. so great conditions for the returners participating in the run across the milwaukee mro now, temperatures across the area right now, lakeshore areas from milwaukee south to racine around 50 degrees. a touch cooler inland. the numbers are up quite a bit. inland locations dip down into the mid to upper 30's overnight with the sunshine right now. grab the sunglasses. by this afternoon, you could get the shorts out once again. highs in the upper 60's, if not 70 in a few spots. early sunset time is at 4:37.
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your seven-day forecast coming up. thema: thank you, jeremy. new this morning a car clip as building in milwaukee. this was the scene just before 3:00 a.m. near holton and brown. milwaukee police tell wisn 12 news a woman was driving a car she was not used to driving. she started to veer, and then overcorrected and hit the building. she ended up with minor injuries. hundreds of runners on the streets right now of milwaukee for thesy's annual running festival. an streets are also closed because of the marathon and half marathon. we've got a look that route for you. the race is started at veterans park. the first runners taking off at 7:00. now, the race impacts wisconsin avenue, lake drive, and part of charmin boulevard. some of the streets could be blocked into the afternoon. county transit is also warbing of major bus delays. we take a live look at the uns making their way down wisconsin avenue.
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the indianapolis colts at lobo field. the packers are getting healthy. montgomery cleared to play and will likely start at running back. cobb remains questionable with a hamstring injury. on the defensive side of the ball. matthews and rawlins are questionable. both could be key to helping the packers force more turnovers today. green bay forced just eight turnovers in seven gay, the fourth in the nfl. the packers nearly had two on sunday. mike mccarthy praised the two year safety, but three in 39 regular season games. >> i just got to continue to be patient. you know, my time will come. when it is time to come, and the plays which me way, i have to make the plays. right now, i have been doing a good job of helping the guys play on the outside. that's my job. i'm going to continue doing it.
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need to do anything. just hustle to the ball. be around the ball. when the time comes it will come. thema: kickoff is at 3:25. and fans going up to tailgate are encouraged to bring along nonperishable food item all of the food will be donated to paul's pantry and the hugger task force. and helping out with the food drive green will be collecting food and taking pictures with fans. well, every team playing today will honor our current's armed forces. part of the nfl's salute to service. each player will wear a camo ribbon decal on their helmets. the goal post at lambeau will be wrapped in camo. and activities on and off the field to honor veterans. and men and women who served our country were honored in downtown milwaukee yesterday. you're looking at city of the annual veteran's day parade.
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saturday before veteran's day, november 11th. 1,000 veterans and military from southeastern wisconsin marched in the event. it end at the war memorial. new this morning written prescriptions for opioids have dropped over the last year in wisconsin. the state's control substance board recently published its report on wisconsin's on-line prescription drug monitoring database. that report is showing a 10% drop in the number of opioid prescriptions written compared to last year. 93, the report does not say what percentage of doctors check the database. but the use has steadily increased. the database was setup in 2013. doctors will be required to check it starting in january. in commitment 2016 coverage now. 630,000 people have voted early across wisconsin. that is according to the state elections commission. they released new numbers
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absentee ballots have been turned in, and most of those were from people voting in person. in milwaukee a new record, 53,000 heal ballots have been cast in the city. that is higher than 36500 early votes from 2012. and early voting has ended. so in order to vote in this election, you do have to go to your polling place on tuesday. friday we checked on election preparations in greenfield. the city clerk tells wisn 12 news 200 workers on hand at the polls on election day. >> we are ready. there's a lot of planning and preparation that goes on behind-the-scenes the year before the election happens. we're excited to see everything unfold. thema: the polls open at 7:00 a.m. on election day. you do need to bring a photo i.d. to vote. republican presidential candidate, donald trump has
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allis. he was supposed to hold a rally this afternoon, but it was called off. this camp brehm as scheduling conflict. now, donald trump has visited wisconsin eight times since his launching hipresidential campaign. this is the second time he canceled event. in october, he called off a rally in west allis because of a scheduling conflict. mike pence was in wisconsin yesterday and spoke at a rally with other g.o.p ryan and ron johnson. donald trump is ok this morning an the secret service rushed him off at the stage at an event in reno, nevada last night. according to the secret service someone in front of the phage yelled gun. that person was stopped and searched. no weapon was found. officials have not said whether that person was charged with a crime. donald trump did come back to the stage and finish his speech. today vice president democratic
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the campaign office at m.l.k. and center street at 9:00 this morning. and stop in green bay and lacrosse. hillary clinton has not made any appearances in wisconsin since the april primary. this weekend hillary clinton has been focusing on florida and pennsylvania. while in for example, she got back up from singer katy perry to spread her message. and tonight, james taylor will perform at hilry hampshire. and wisn 12 news is teaming up with abc news to bring you big story coverage on election night. you can watch live coverage on the air and on-line at 4:00 p.m. on tuesday. wisn 12 news time right now, 8 minutes after the hour. counting sheep to lose pounds. changes in your sleep cycle may affect your weight loss.
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a plate of spaghetti and hope made meat balls without having the mess in your kitchen. and meteorologist jeremy nelson is in the weather center. when i was one year old, i was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer on my spinal chord. but i spent my whole life fighting back. so you can imagine what i thought when i saw donald trump say... "that reporter he is talking about suffers from a chronic condition that impairs movement of his arms." i don't want a president who makes fun of me. i want a president who inspires me, and that's not donald trump.
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thema: welcome back to wisn 12 news this morning. we are taking a live look outside at 12 minutes after the hour this morning. we are keeping an eye on the runners out for the milwaukee running festival. they are making their way down wisconsin avenue. some streets then area are blocked off because of this race. so traveling through downtown milwaukee. hello runner, give yourself plenty of time to get around.
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new this morning not getting enough sleep may cause you to eat more. a new british study found sleep deprived people ate 385 extra calories a day. that is the same as eating four half slices of bread. and they ate more fat and less protein. people with chronic sleep disorders could booty a risk for significant weight gain. here is a new and radical idea 2:00 p.m. a recent study conducted by the national institute of diabetes and kidney disease is saying changing when you eat can change your metabolism. researchererize saying an 18 hour daily fast keeps appetite levels even throughout the day. those who took part in the study did not have hunger swings and their metabolisms changed. overnight we watched at the clocks fell back an hour here at wisn 12 news.
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welcomed by many. but some people it will be taking a toll on their hing. with more, here is abc news dr. timothy johnson. reporter: turning our clocks back an hour, daylight savings does get you an extra hour of precious sleep, but they may throw off our circadian rhythm, the because eva pilgrim's clock, that may lead to significant stress on the body. we can use the time before it happens to minimize the effect on the sleep patterns. good sleep habits and getting enough rest today and tomorrow, will help your body acclimate to the change. lower the lights. turn off the tv and devices and trick yourself going to bed a half hour later and then sleep 15 minutes later both mornings. baby steps. and daylight saving time in the fall means people will spend more of their waking hours in the dark.
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depression related to winter darkness. seasonal effective disorder. fortunately there are treatments for that using bright lights. and remember we will all spring forward again in a few months. with this medical minute, i'm dr. timothy johnson. thema: this morning, you can grab a hot breakfast at the beenish brotherhood lodge in kenosha. you can get pancakes, sausage, cringles and coffee, it ends at 1:00 this afternoon. and also later today you can enjoy a spaghetti supper with the sisters of st. jones. this is the 64th and also year. it is from noon until 5:00 today. all of the proceeds go to support the students at the high school. tickets are ten dollars for adults and seven dollars for children. you can sample your way through dozens of local restaurants, breweries and cheesemakers.
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savor milwaukee festival at the wisconsin center. there are demonstrations and singings. it gets started at noon today. you can find out more information about savor milwaukee on the free app. the smell of fresh cookies probably filling many kitchens this morning. yesterday hundreds of bakers grabbed the we energy cookbook. the park at miller park was pack the wisconsin heritage edition. 40 recipes from well-known wisconsin people like the archbishop. there are distribution events all over wisconsin this month. we put a link with more information on www.wisn.com. and lindsey slater decided to tryout the recipes and asked our viewers -- what recipes to bake and then made it live on our
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the video is on our facebook page. and some of the cookies are in the newsroom. i say one of the studio crew eating one earlier. jeremy: there is a lot this morning. i brought in a huge bag of candy. it is in the newsroom. thema: do they know they donated it. jeremy: yes. they know. it may not have been a choice. thema: great weather for trick-or-treating. and great weather today. great running weather. jere and enjoy the weather for today. next weekend's forecast does not quite matchup with what we have seen this weekend. it 70 yesterday. and we could touch 70 this afternoon. and 4:00 p.m., 65 degrees. hitting the link, the guard courses have been loving this weather. have had a lot of rounds out there and packed again today with highs in the upper 60's if not 70 degrees. the winds today south to southeast at five to 10.
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heading to bed last night. some of our viewers were out there. scott tweeted me this photo a beautiful orange glow. the sun sets at 4:37. all right. this is outside of the weather window. this is beautiful from the rocks sports complex. this is back towards the downtown area. 46 degrees there. and still a little we look out across the horizon, something i notice, a lot of the trees, leaves are completely gone. maybe a couple of them hanging on in the distance and their snowmaking equipment up, but the back half of november will be a little bit more typical weather that we see here across southeastern wisconsin. and in the short-term, a quick warmup with sunshine in mequon.
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10 miles per hour. and fast forward with the afternoon forecast. the sunshine sticks around. sunglasses and shorts and t-shirts today. 70 across southeastern wisconsin. and going up to green bay today, the forecast high is 67. and kickoff temperature is around 66 degrees. and also plenty of sunshine or clear skies during the game. now, monday's forecast is western part of the state by the afternoon, clouds start rushing in here in eastern wisconsin, in the 60's. you want the sunglasses for the commute on monday morning. tuesday, election day, changes show up. we will fast forward through the futurecast. and monday with clear skies, cooler temperatures, mild by the afternoon, with lot of sunshine across the area. here are the clouds starting to fill in. this is between 3:00 and 4:00 p.m. on monday. we is a cold front nearing the
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in our direction. and rain showers around midnight. by the afternoon should be dry for most of election day. and then a huge plunge of chilly hair defends across the area on friday and saturday. by next saturday a very good chance of seeing daytime highs in the 40's here across southeastern wisconsin. so for today, 70 degrees. a record high of 69. we may tie that or break it. somewhere upper 60's to 70's. and a n and showers on tuesday. and then the front moves through on friday. and then colder by saturday, the highs fall into the 4's. thema. thema: thank you, jeremy. 20 minutes after the hour this morning. a love story that made its way to the supreme court. a look for you by a film
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russ feingold: in the senate there's a choice- you can go along with the rigged system, or you can stand for something that matters. i stand with wisconsin working families. going to all 72 counties, i know how hard you work and how wages aren't keeping up. senator johnson stands with ceo's -tax loopholes for billionaires, tax breaks for companies that ship jobs overseas. i'll take on the rigged system.
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because you deserve a senator who stands up for you. putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything.
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i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either. alright, good. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. thema: welcome back. opening in some theaters this
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it is based on the lives of richard and mildred living. a interracial couple. married in 1958. their marriage made it to the supreme court. here is rick. >> i'm going to build you a house. right here. our house. >> the story of richard and mildred loving, and their marriage in 1958 eventually led to the supreme court decision on loving v invalidated laws against interracial marriage. comes to movie screens in the film "loving." >> by the power vested in me. i pronounce your husband and wife. reporter: ruth plays mildred loving. >> it is one of the most beautiful projects i have ever worked on if not the most. it is an important film.
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world. >> joel portrays richard loving. >> people hopefully will see the film and be surprised they didn't already know the names of this couple. that it will, they will become -- as significant as other civil rights activists, but they were they trying to be that. >> that sentiment drew jeff nickels to the project. >> i didn't know about the st that up set me. why did i not know about this? >> is there anything you would like me to say to the supreme court justices of the united states? >> yeah. tell the judge i love my wife. reporter: in hollywood, rick. thema: the movie opens in new york and los angeles this weekend. it comes to more cities later this month. wisn 12 news time right now, 25 minutes after the hour.
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it was all based on bobbleheads. we will share which candidate was the fan favorite at the
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of r wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh.
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thema: good morning, everyone. welcome to wisn 12 news this morning. i'm thema ponton. thank you so much for starting your sunday, november 6th with us. e underway checking your weather forecast. and meteorologist jeremy nelson is in the weather center with our sunny, sunday details. it is almost like a late spring day out there. jeremy: you, it is either spring or back to september. either way you look at it a gorgeous day ahead of us for early november standards and maybe even record warmth that we will talk about in a moment. we're thinking spring or maybe early part of fall. so let's take a look at miller park. there is the roof open there.
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no wind, the winds will pickup southwest in an area that saw patchy fog this morning. the sun is doing its thing helping to evaporate that moisture. it is 58 degrees currently. and the forecast for today, we may get close to 70 degrees once again today. record high for today's date in milwaukee is 69 degrees, that was set in 1887, and tied in 1970, and we could be around that this afternoon. we will talk about the workweek and when it turns much colder in a few minutes. thema. tensions are running high in the presidential race this weekend. the polls open in under two days and the candidates and their running mates are using the time to cover as much ground as they can, including here in wisconsin. later today, democratic vice president candidate tim kaine will be back in wisconsin and making stops in green bay, milwaukee, and lacrosse. the event in milwaukee is underway at 9:00 this morning. one scheduled campaign event is
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for the second time this election season, donald trump has canceled an event at state fair park. the rally was supposed to be this afternoon in west allis. donald trump's camp is blaming a scheduling conflict. he is planning to visit four other states today. and despite their recent dispute. and paul ryan would been added to's rally in west allis to support donald trump. the speaker of the house is thinking that republicans need to unify. >> so i to sort of people the personality contest aside and look that ideas contest that the underneath that, that makes it a crystal clear choice. thema: speaker ryan is also up for reelection. he and fellow republicans, ron johnson has been campaigning across the state this week. between scary moments at a campaign stop and a star-studded performance. jonathan betts reports that both
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days on the campaign trail. reporter: donald trump was speaking in reno, nevada, and took note of an apparent protester in the audience. >> we have one of the guys from the hillary clinton campaign. reporter: and then suddenly. the secret service detail sprang to his side and rushed the candidate off the stage. there was a commotion in the crowd in front of the podium. security took a man into custody and escorted him out of the hall. minutes later donald trump returned unhurt. >> nobody said it was going to be easy for us. reporter: has their campaigns wind down? >> i want to be the president for everybody. everybody who agrees with me. people who don't agree with me. reporter: the candidates trying to wind up voters. >> hillary clinton and her special interested with rob our country blind. reporter: donald trump stealing a kiss from his wife has she
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carolina there. was massive early voter turnout in florida and nevada. 37 million votes have already been cast in 39 states. >> know the power of your own voice. it can change the world. reporter: for hillary clinton, after friday's performance with jay-z and beyonce, katie perry was singing a song at this concert in philadelphia. hoping to end a campaign on a high note. jonathan betts, abc news, new york. thema: today's general election is the focus of today's upfront with mike gousha. the political panel discusses the close senate race and if donald trump has a shot at winning wisconsin. >> it appears to be a close contest for u.s. senate in wisconsin, not as tight for president. this morning the sight and
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franklin. the pars of the state to watch on tuesday night. and the groups of voters to decide this election. and our panel will be here to weigh-in on the senate race and races for that? legislature. are there surprises brewing? it is coming up this morning at 9:00 here on upfront. thema: wisn 12 news is teaming up with act ax news to bring you big story coverage on election night. new this a security scare prompts a lockdown at the white house. secret service officials are saying the white house was locked down as precaution after a man was walking near the property with a firearm. the man was placed under arrest and faces several charges. the lockdown was lifted a short time later. president barack obama was not at the white house at the time. disturbing revelations into the
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captive in south carolina. the suspect, 45-year-old thod confessed to murdering four people at a important shop back in 2003. this is days after har 30-year-old woman was discovered chained up inside of a medal storage container on his property. a body found on the property has been identified as the woman's boyfriend. right now, he is being held on one count of kidnapping. officials believe that he may be responsible for killing as many as sevenpl right now, 35 minutes after the hour. we turn now to weather watch 12. here is jeremy. jeremy: good sunday morning. everyone. we are tracking near record
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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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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
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blocked off because of this race. so you want to give yourself plenty of time it get around the city this morning if you want to drive. and taking county bus, there might be delays. protests continue outside of the standing rock reservation in north dakota. thousands have protesting the pipeline from north dakota, to southern illinois. this weekend, the protest made
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members of the menominee tribe went to lambeau field to protest. they are saying it is an everybody issue and they want to protest water for religious issues. and the packers are at home against the indianapolis colts. the colts have not won at lambeau field since 1988. and the green and gold are hoping to keep it that way. the packers of had a resurgence against atlanta in the red zone. they scored out of four out of five aaron rodgers has done a good job of spreading the defenses out. >> his mobility and being able to keep plains active. you got five of us, you know, running around in the end zone, he gives us more options. show, that can be something that we can be successful. we have certain route concepts we run in the red zone. but normally, him getting out of the pocket and making plays and we perform at the best.
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russ feingold: in the senate there's a choice- you can go along with the rigged system, or you can stand for something that matters. i stand with wisconsin working families. going to all 72 counties, i know how hard you work and how wages aren't keeping up. senator johnson stands with ceo's -tax loopholes for billionaires, tax breaks for companies that ship jobs overseas. i'll take on the rigged system.
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use you deserve a senator who stands up for you. colts this afternoon at 3:25. thema: welcome back. to wisn 12 news this morning.
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it might be fall on the calendar. but they opened up the roof for the baseball team to catch sun there on the grass at miller park. well, speaking of baseball, the actualbrasions -- celebrations continue for the chicago grass . they taking over the happiest place on earth yesterday. m.v.p. and teammates riding through the walt disney world after the 108 year drought. the play that clenched the world series put a smile on the face of a patient at children's hospital of wisconsin. and ben hutchison introduces us to the boy that received inspiration and a gift from a cubs star player. >> the cubs. >> simply put that is 11-year-old chase's favorite team. >> there are newspapers there
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reporter: 60 miles from his home in illinois the decorations help. >> flags. >> it has been a long two months. in september chase was not feeling well and diagnosed with a rare condition and transferred for children. >> aplastic aphemia that he -- anemia. >> two of his three siblings were matches. doctors choose ty in the neon hoody. >> he got his bone maow out. >> the transplant went well, by game seven of the world series, chase, hoping for another celebration. >> because bryant threw it and rizzo caught it. just really happy. reporter: his dad capturing the moment. right now, drawing extra inspiration from the cubs start first baseman. >> i have signed all-star ball from anthony rizzo. >> rizzo, a cancer survival
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better and that -- >> the hasn't been easy. [ crying ] >> as you can see, he's very touched by it. give him strength to fight, and he has a battle, but it is possible to survive it. reporter: the #chasestrong is everywhere. and he build a bond with dr. david. he lost a bet to chase and made good on it thursday. >> go cubs go! go cub! to do it because the cubs were going to win. >> the prognosis for chase is good. the hopes he will continue to get better and go home in the next month. ben hutchison, wisn 12 news. thema: even the doctor holding up the w. this morning the badgers are celebrating a big win over the northwestern wildcats. the first time the team won in evanston against nu since 1999. last night's win was the first
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lucky about age to score a touchdown until the second quarter. but the ball 46 yards for the touchdown. and there was no going back after that. the badgers holding the lead and earning the win. 21-7. we go to the ice now, this week the admirals looking to hang onto their winning streak and the team winning their third w in a row last night at home against the iowa wild. winning 9-3. and on wednesday at the u.w.m. panther arena. before the game, the admirals conducted a straw poll. the fans could choose a hillary clinton or a donald trump bobblehead to take home. and the results were very close. and donald trump the winner by a near 27 votes. close indeed. tune into our coverage on tuesday at 4:00 p.m. to see what
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here on wisn 12 news along with abc news. and now our weather. on sunday morning. the sun is out. and a look at miller park. a spring day for baseball. jeremy: great. a perfect day for baseball outside. if you want to get outside before the packer game. and wrap up yardwork. and it is perfect. you can probably get by with shorts and a t-shirt. and 70 degrees. tuesday morning and a few showers are possible on election day. pretty much colder late in the seven-day forecast. you notice that when i show you that coming up here in a couple of minutes. highs may dip down into the 40's. nothing like that for today. full sunshine across the area. 53 degrees, and jump to the upper 50's here shortly. look at that, nearing 70 degrees once again this afternoon. beautiful scene outside, down at wind point.
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towards wind point. it is 51 in racine. a west breeze five it 10 miles per hour. if you have never been to the light house, go down there, a gorgeous drive along the lakefront. this is a great day with the pretty gentle waves on lake michigan. you can get down to the water and get a grate vantage point. we have no coil air with below average temperatures anywhere in sight. all of the numbers here at or above average. and way above in the average high is 51 degrees. we dipped down to 46 this morning and recovered to 53. and we will see the warming across the midwest today with highs in the 60's and 70's. pretty close to 70 once again this afternoon. it would not surprise me to jump a little bit above this forecast -- 68 degrees. we may tie that or break it, but upper 60's across the area with the southwest to south breeze.
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the sunglasses keep them today and on monday. plenty of sunshine. clear skies early on monday morning. a touch on the cool side. our morning lows into the 40's. and monday afternoon, partly cloudy skies, with a real deck of clouds off to the west. that's closer to a frontal boundary. that will inch in our direction, and we pause this at 3:00 a.m. south central and southeastern wisconsin, the rain is possible. but exits by 8:00 or and election day, mostly cloudy skies. it will be cooler. how much cooler, highs will probably be back into the 50's on tuesday. this is just kind of a breakdown. when the polls open still damp pavement out there maybe a couple of light rain showers close to 50 degrees. and mid-50's at lunchtime. and mostly cloudy skies by the evening. drop back to 50. not therapy cold, but cooler on tuesday. and the trend after we hold steady today and monday it is
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forecast. a little bit more seasonal returning to the 50's. back up with a breezy day on thursday. 63 degrees. and then that warmth will be erased quickly behind a cold front. we may have the first time in a really long time, sense spring, see a high below 50 degrees. the temperature is next saturday with a high of 48. thema: thank you, jeremy. coming up on wisn 12 news this morning. donald trump's political journey
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when i was one year old, i was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer on my spinal chord. but i spent my whole life fighting back. so you can imagine what i thought when i saw donald trump say... "i don't know what i said, ah, i don't remember!" "that reporter he is talking about suffers from a chronic condition that impairs movement of his arms." i don't want a president who makes fun of me. i want a president who inspires me, and that's not donald trump. what greases the gears in washington? money. and ron johnson fits right in. six years ago, johnson took a shady $10 million corporate payout,
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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. putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing.
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when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either. alright, good. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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as we take a live look outside. sun shining out this morning. we'll let you know if you need the heat or air conditions today. and meteorologist jeremy nelson up next with the forecast. well, republican presidential candidate, donald trump is getting his own comic book. donald trump the road to the white house chronicles donald trump's rise to political power and his campaign for the presidency. similar comic books have been created featuring well-known people like hillary clinton, marco rubio, and michelle obama. the artists are saying they the donald trump comic will promote literacy and knowledge of the prelim process. new on wisn 12 news, a pair of seriously virgin jeans are going up for auction. a maine hawks house is putting up for bid a pair of levy blue-greenlers from 1893. this once below today a man who helped in the creation of the arizona territory. the jeans are expected to sell for thousands of dollars.
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good news for all of your simpsons fans out there, the animated series has been renewed for a 29th and 30th season. that means that homer and the gang will reach a record 669 episodes, the previous record was held by gun smoke that aired 635 episodes. the simpsons has been a cultural staple since the started in 1989 winning emmys, and inspiring theme parks co merchandise. and speaking of yellow, big ball of yellow in the sky this morning. jeremy: you want sunglasses, the sun will be around this morning through the afternoon. and take a look outside, the 10 just updated. this is incredible. 65 degrees in milwaukee. it is suntastic. no wind in milwaukee. it is a tranquil morning with the clear skies and dry conditions.
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temperature below 50 degrees, you have to go back, 177 days now, 176 in a row 50 or better and our growing season technically continues. 200 days in a row with no freezing temperatures. we don't have, at least the next six days, we have to watch saturday or sunday morning going to turn colder. the high of 48 for saturday. thema: focus on the thank you, jeremy.
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house, and state legislature -- all on the line. next on "upfront," is wisconsin still within reach for donald trump or part of hillary clinton's firewall? and will wisconsin's suddenly close u.s. senate contest go down to the wire? we have insight and analysis today from school poll director charles franklin. christian schneider, columnist for "the milwaukee journal sentinel." and john nichols, associate editor of "the capital times." covering the issues important to wisconsin. this is "upfront imike gousha." hello again, everyone, and welcome to "upfront." we're now counting down the hours to tuesday's election. and in this final stretch, it seems

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