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patrick: at least one person has died in a double shooting in milwaukee near glenbrooks road.the medical examiner is on the scene . no word on what led up to the shooting. joyce: after running in front of a semi on i-94 last week. patrick: tonight, her family is talking about it in hopes of reaching out to others in mike anderson shares their story only on 12. reporter: what we knew last thursday morning from sheriff's officials is that witnesses saw a woman run out in front of a semi on i -94 near college avenue. she died at the scene. tonight, her family is telling us who she was -- 19-year-old
reporter: and why she decided to end her life. >> she recently came back from florida. a text message we came upon, she came back very traumatized. reporter: her grandmother suspects she was lured into some negative activity, headed down the wrong path. >> the morning it happened, a text message she sent, i d said she was going to do what she did. reporter: now, her grandmother wants to send a message to the truck driver who hit natalie. >> i would love to meet him. i know it's got to be hard on him, too. reporter: even saying he'd be welcome at the funeral tomorrow. >> i know this is something that is probably bothering him up until this day right now. it was not his fault. reporter: the family is
have a loved one suffering from depression to get them help. mike anderson, wisn 12 news. patrick: funeral services for natalie lebron will be held tomorrow at the witkowiak funeral home at 5th and mitchell. joyce: president barack obama is starting his last major foreign trip. patrick: before he left, the president talked to the press about his trip, and he gave more details about his meeting with president-elect donald trump. >> in my conversation with the great interest in maintaining our core strategic relationships. and so one of the messages i will be able to deliver is his commitment to nato and the transatlantic alliance. patrick: president obama encouraged americans to give the president-elect some time to get adjusted to the responsibilities of the presidency. >> i think the learning curve
it is like no other job on earth. and it is a constant flow of information and challenges and issues. that is truer now than it has ever been, partly because of the nature of information and the interconnection between regions of the world. joyce: the topic of mr. trump's temperament u patrick: today, the president said it could be an issue when he is sworn into office. >> i think what will happen with the president-elect is there will be certain elements of his temperament that will not serve him well, i think, unless he recognizes them and corrects them. when you're a candidate and you say something that is inaccurate or controversial, it has less
president of the united states. everyone around the world is paying attention. markets move. national security issues require a level of precision in order to make sure you don't make mistakes. i think he recognizes that this is different, and so do the american people. patrick: a wisconsin native is working on trump's transition ef a staff in the white house. reince priebus is the chairman of the republican national committee. in july at the party's national convention, i asked him about his future and whether he wanted to stay on after the election. >> i might. i might stay on. i'm going to kind of see how things go in november, but i might stick around. depends on what the party needs, and clearly, you know, i've got -- i need to make a personal decision, too. i mean, it's time to get back to kenosha and move on with life, i think. but i also am intrigued with
period of time. he was named chief of staff over the weekend. joyce: americans are donating thousands of dollars to planned parenthood in vice president-elect mike pence's name. as governor of indiana, pence called for cutting off federal funds to the organization and imposed tighter restrictions on abortion for women in the state. now, protesters found a creative loophole. by sending money in his name, pence receives a certificate commemorating every donation to his personal address. republicans chose their leader in the assembly today. robin vos was re-elected to his position as speaker for a third term. the unanimous vote from assembly republicans came down late this afternoon in madison. vos has served in the assembly for 11 years and as speaker since 2013. the democrats are set to meet tomorrow afternoon to elect their leader. patrick: this has been the warmest start on record for the first half of november.
is near, so to speak. lindsey: it is, but we have a couple more days to enjoy. temperatures near 44 degrees. we will barely hit this as we head into the weekend. enjoy this as we look at the next couple of days. it feels like 44. 37 in kenosha and 37 near janesville as well. we had some clouds earlier that made it hard to see thpe you saw video from yesterday as well. as you are getting kids ready for the bus stop, definitely coat-worthy. thursday and friday, more like the 40's. patrick: a new twist in a murder case involving twin sisters. one died, the other is now charged for a second time in her murder.
in hawaii, alexandria duval, is back in police custody, accused of killing the passenger, her identical twin sister. a judge initially dropped charges against her in june. now investigators say they found evidence the ford explorer accelerated just before the crash. she has was arrested in new york and is waiting extradition back to maui. the father in georgia who left his young son in a hot car in 2014 has been found guilty of the boy's murder. cooper harris was 22 months old. prosecutors say justin harris intentionally locked his son in the car while he sent sexual text messages to six women, including a minor. he faces life in prison. joyce: police arrested a man accused in a series of sex assaults in milwaukee. police say the latest happened friday night near 76th and good hope around 10:00. investigators say a 21-year-old man was taken into custody the next day. police believe he is the suspect in two other attacks that happened in the same area last tuesday. police released this sketch of the man they were looking for. he has not yet been charged.
the milwaukee admirals game. joyce: looking ahead, hockey fans who attend tomorrow's game can eat tacos and meet a green bay packer. the meal deal includes two tacos and a soda for $5. and green bay packer linebacker joe thomas will greet fans and sign autographs. the game starts at 7:00 p.m. at the uw milwaukee panther arena. patrick: also tomorrow night, oak creek public library is hosting a wild theater. this week's free show is about protecting local rivers and ocean animals. it's meant for kids in first through fifth grade. and it starts at 6:30 p.m. joyce: looking ahead to thursday, the city's biggest and brightest holiday party. the 18th annual holiday lights festival and fireworks show is at pere marquette park. there will be local rock bands and free jingle bus rides. if you can't make the party in person, you can tune into wisn 12 live. holiday lights kick off at 6:30. our melinda davenport and ben wagner will co-host the program. patrick: always a great show.
a local baby. joyce: the procedure that's giving him a chance to beat the odds before he's even three months old. patrick: living on the road. why something called ?van life? is trending right now. reporter: tonight on nightline, what to expect from our president-elect. is donald trump moving towards the middle to appeal to clinton voters? plus, david blaine showcasing
joyce: saving children born with a very rare condition, eliminating recovery that could last for decades. it's a groundbreaking operation developed right here in wisconsin. patrick: melinda davenport shares the story of a little boy that's now on the mend thanks to a new procedure created at children's hospital. reporter: with a new baby comes unexpected challenges. but baby hudson's condition was something unimaginable. he was born with bladder exstrophy, where the bladder formed outside of the body. >> the most striking feature is, the bladder is literally inside out. and it's protruding up through a gap in the abdominal muscles and the skin. reporter: dr. john kryger and dr. travis groth are both two of hudson's surgeons at children's. their team is breaking ground
>> if we're able to reconstruct a normal anatomy, they are going to have a very functional, normal life. reporter: the surgery worked closely with philadelphia and boston. the team travels to each case to watch, assist, and learn. >> our three teams now more than triple the experience we have together, so we're doing more of these cases than we've ever done before. reporter: a surgery like this takes at least eight hours. the bobbers say they are grateful to the team for treating hudson like one of their own. >> they cared for him as if it was their own child. they carried him into the o.r. it was that extra touch. reporter: hudson's dad says, he hopes their case helps others in the future. >> we hope you continue exactly what you're doing. you're on the right path. look at us. we're going to be going home in a couple of days. reporter: heading home for hudson to start life with his
in wauwatosa, melinda davenport, wisn 12 news. patrick: doctors at children's say there is no known cause for exstrophy. it occurs four to eight weeks after a woman becomes pregnant. it's not caused by something the mother did or didn't do while she was pregnant, nor is it hereditary. children's hospital celebrated another milestone over the weekend. for the first time ever in the u.s., their doctors saved a baby born without a trachea. thomas richards was born in april at the marshfield clinic in central wisconsin. windpipe using a piece of synthetic material. thomas is now home with his parents. joyce: a change to hybrid and electric cars so pedestrians can hear them coming. the u.s. department of transportation's national highway traffic safety administration announced that it is adding a sound requirement for all newly manufactured hybrid and electric light-duty vehicles. the vehicles would have to make a sound when travelling zero to 20 miles an hour. at higher speeds, the sound alert is not required because other factors, such as tire and
audible warning to pedestrians. there is no word what kind of sound will be required, whether it is a buzz, a beep, or a tone. manufacturers have until september 1, 2019 to equip the vehicles with sound. a growing trend across the country involves packing up your things and living on the road. patrick: there's even a social media hashtag where people have formed a community of those who believe home is where you park it. abc's lauren lyster has more on why people are doing this. reporter: 24- entrepreneur zander kingsley lives at the office. >> this is our lounge space/storefront. reporter: yes, he actually lives at the office. it's a little tight. the founder of kowasa clothing company and his two partners bought a school bus at auction and turned it into an rv to strike their ultimate work-life balance. >> this is our counter space. when it's a store, it's our display case. reporter: home and store all in one. >> i wanted to cut costs and see america.
for an apartment or store as zander travels the country building his business. what are the things you miss the most? >> a hot shower. reporter: and it's not just zander and his school bus. there appears to be a growing movement of people turning their vehicles into homes. there's even a hashtag for it -- "vanlife." on instagram, more than 900,000 posts from around the country and world. in nevada city, california, 53-year-old nonprofit fundraiser jennifer langdon and her father fixing up this camper he >> it wasn't that i needed to find a new job or moved to a new city. i could take my home with me. reporter: one 24-year-old bay area software engineer blogging about his home, a box truck, claiming it's allowed him to pay off his student loans and bank six figures towards retirement. >> in part, this is driven by the economics of it as well as the cultural appeal of it. reporter: downsides of the
neighbors. >> when people see people living in vehicles, they will often report them. reporter: that headache is worth it for people like zander. >> it's like, where is my office going to be today? is it going to be the mountains? is it going to be the beach? reporter: lauren lyster, abc news, los angeles. patrick: packed light. joyce: i cannot get chris farley out of my head. in a disney is bringing one of its classics to life. patrick: the trailer for their live-action remake of "beauty and the beast" was released this morning on gma. take a look. >> find it in your mind's eye, and feel it in your heart. don't be afraid. >> i'm not afraid. patrick: the movie is based on the 1991 animated classic.
watson from the "harry potter" series. and the beast is played by actor dan stevens from the series "downton abbey." it will be in theaters on march 17. joyce: i cannot wait to see that. i have to get you my old vhs copies or you can see it. donald driver tries to pinpoint what has led to the packers' three-game losing streak. patrick: plus, fast starts by the defense has kept the badgers in contention for the big ten championship. joyce: and the unusual move borne out of frustration by a european soccer player that led game. dan needles is in next with big
for curly lambeau still believes his team can make the playoffs. however, even mccarthy agrees that his team is way out of sync right now. the defense has allowed 111 points during the three-game losing streak, the worst three-game stretch in his tenure. but if you ask former packer donald driver, the offense is where the trouble begins, especially the receivers. >> playing receiver and looking at it from that standpoint, is it just that receivers cannot get open? i think they need to step up and make the plays that count. are they playing well? no. you know, we always say it starts with the head man and goes all the way down. everything will get fixed. dan: maybe. the badgers play their final road game saturday at purdue, a game you can see here on wisn 12 with an 11:00 a.m. kickoff. there is a chance wisconsin can clinch the big ten west title
it will be interesting to see how many badgers wind up on the all big ten team considering how many key players, especially at linebacker, have missed playing time with injuries. they have been able to overcome those injuries to rank as one of the best defenses in the nation, and the badgers have been able to set the tone in the first quarter of each game. >> i think our goal each week is to come out with swagger and let them know who we are early on. that gets in their away. kind of get them on their heels. there are a lot of things the film does not show. just having genuine confidence in ourselves going into again, getting a feel for it, firing off the ball really quick. let them know we mean business. dan: chicago bears star wide receiver alshon jeffery has been suspended four games for violating the nfl's policy on performance-enhancing drugs. the move could cost jeffery more
and finally, a little levity to end the show. bosnia and greece playing a not-so-friendly world cup qualifier on the soccer pitch. a bosnian player felt trapped on the ground by his greek opponent, so what did he do? he yanked his pants down. speaking of the glorious moon tonight. the bosnian player was sent off with a red card, and the match ended on a 1-1 draw. i have not seen that one. he was arguing. joyce: super moon. dan: what did i call it? joyce: glorious moon. dan: not quite as bright. patrick: coming up next, jimmy kimmel live.
>> dicky: from hollywood it's ?jimmy kimmel live?! tonight, dwayne johnson from ?billy on the street," billy eichner, cousin sal does funny things, and music from dawes. and now, prepare yourselves -- here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: very kind. hi, everybody. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks to all of you for coming. happy monday, i guess.