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announcer: leading the way with them for the local go verge, you watchi wisn 12 news at 10:00 with khy way with local covera, you are watching wisn news at 10:00 with kathy mykleby, joyce garbaciak, pak paolantonio, weather watch 12 chief meteorologist mark baden, and big 12 sports director dan needles. wisn 12 news at 10:0continues. joyce: our primary coverage continues. the ballots have been cast and counted. we're baking wn all of the important races. our team of reporters have you cored. from the congressional race, to milwkee county district attorney, we hg story coverage tonight. first race called tonight.e
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district, e spear paul ryan defeated his challenger, businessman paul nehlen, in a landslide vote. 84% to 16%. wisn 12 news terry sater joins usive in janesville with reaction from the use spker. terry? >> houseaker pl ryan faced a trump-like challenged one big. ryan says he is not surprised by the wind. it does not mean donald is doomednoveer. donald trump created more controversy b declaring gun rights supporters might stop might find a way to stop hillary clinton. >> iju sounds like ae gone bad. i hocleapee it up qui. yo should nebout someinha ryan also criticize hly clintonn rst win since
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fall. he has been in offic s 1998. joyce: wisn 12 news' sheld dutes is live with the paul nehlen campaign, also in janesville. you spoke one-on-one witelh m.nd finished speaking an hour ago, hes stilmeeting one-on-one with some of the suprters gathered herni they liste spe for ab min18es. tellg them that the campaign to f erye's expectations, but was still >> how would you classify the message to your supporters night? >> that ages w we are not going to sit down or shut up. spear reince positions are now very clear for thelic. he wilver beble to break the promises he made in the
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he is on notice now. sheldon: so what is next? askei him several times tonight, and everyime he told me that an announcemuld wo coming in the next few days, so we will hao n eyout for what and when that will be. joe: natiol media were there. this race has is makinonal headlines. wisn 12 news' patrick paolantonio and mike gousha are here to discuss the reason for the extra attentio this race when hpraisehim and a tweet last week, and then there was the moment when donald trump sa hs not ready to back paul ryan, then endorse him. >> what struck me tonight, while there was no direct criticism from paul ryan tonight, his words were interesting. he talked about the campaign he
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he did not want fear to be a driving factor in this campaign. he never mentioned donald trump's name tonight, but i'm sure some people were interested in the words he chose on the 91. patrick: thank you ver.y ch state senate race, lena taylor has defeated her challenger mandela barnes. wisn 12 news nick bohr is live in milwaukee with reaction from the candidates. >> her toughest election run since she was first el12 yecd rs ago. the party continues as she is greeting people who are congralating her. he opponent had auilt-in ce, representing a third o this district. shevailre tonight. she told me d r campaign on her recd, onsoring more than bills that became law over the last 12 years, and she was confident voters would remember her.
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saking about a lot of other stuff that has been goingn, and it wasn't me. it was them. so it feels great because this matters. >> it does not end here. i just want to say if you were committed to me, remain committed to those issues that are important to us. thank you. >> giving up his assembly seat to run in the senate race, saying he will continue to work, not just on campaign issues, on real-life issues. lena taylor is virtually assured of being reelected in november and does not face a republican challenger in the fall. joyce: thank you. and in the primary fight for
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we are joineli with tion. >> john chishis still here, making sure he thinks each and every one of his supportersaf r winninanr four-year term. john chisholm won in a race that often times became quite negative. he has had to deal with critics who say he is not tough enough on repeat youth offenders as the crime rate h s area. he was also targeted by conservative groups angry about his oe investigation >>ainst scott walker. what this tells you is the cizens of milwaukee county saw through that. they understand the difference between somebody committed to public service and making tough decisions and doing the job and unethical unprincipled way.
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kathy: the party goes on. in the fourth congressional district, gwen moore wins. the e the results. two docrats are buying to face off against paul ryan in no member. the closest race of the night so far, the ninth assembly district. of votes right n s arrelte scrng t bottom of your screen. you will also find everything u need to know about your primary on oebsite wisn.com and the wisn 12 news mobile app. joyce: another scorcher on the way tomorrow. mark, we have now gone nine days in a row of 80 degrees or hier. mark: we won't stop t. temperatures well into the 80's,
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this afternoon into the evening, then departed this evening. a high of 87. we wdo that and then some tomorrow. i think we get u to 88 degr 6:00 a.m., already inhe 70's. that is only part of the story, dew points rising, so the high temperature is 88, but the heat index will be 95orrow. if you have be outdoors, take ey, advi, drink pley of water and don't forget about your pets. kathy: the brew crew is helping yoout your garage. joyce: plus, a blue ribbon food contest at state fair. patrick is here with a look ahead to tomorrow. patrick: the brewers are hosting a tool collection drive at miller park tomorrow. you can exchange new or gently used tools for free tickets to tomorrow night's game against the atlanta braves. you'll get one loge level ticket for every tool donated, up to eight seats. the tools will then be donated to a local non-profit that helps families buy and maintain their
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also tomorrow, weighin o spending in milwaukee county. the county board is hosting a budget listeningsi tomorrow at the washington park seniorenter. the government discussed the idea to charge a dollarn hour to park along the lakefront. the meeting starts at 5:30 p.m. and it's a biat ty wisconsin state fair. the final judging for this yrs sporkies is tomorrow this is video from last year. among is yrs judges, former packer and super bowl champ leroy er. e competition featuresque and unusir ffads, includg the deep fed old fashioned. also, the mountain m b mary burger. and the racing sausage corn dog. thisears winner will be crowned tomorrow at 11:00. joyce: all right, creave, that is for sure. still ahead togh tim tebow is taking a swing at a new career. kathy: the role the form quarterback hopes to take on the baseball diamond. joyce: ps, putng on his game face. the staredown seen around the world, and what olympian michael phelps has to say for himself. that is next in social square.
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, the dark side of some investigation. we investigate whether well intentioned tourists are supporting child trafficking. now on the verge of becoming the most decorated gymnast of all time, what does it take to become such a sensation. that is on "nightline", now at midnight, still hereright n wisn 12. unceanno thanks for watching 12 news with chief meteolost mark baden, honored by the midwest oaasjournalists
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announcer: you are watching wisn 12 news, honored as best evening newscast by the wisconsin broadcasters association. kath the slen car epidemic in milwaukee, and tonight, a mystery. a so-called keyless car stolen, and no sign of forced entry. as wisn 12 news ben hutchison investates, the owner is wothercould be a h tech de to steal cars. >> the owner says he does not know how someone took it. >> you don'ed 't neey. theton the ignition and it starts. >> unfortunately for gabe wahh, it was toofor y car th wahhab paralospect before attending a wed the meri with wife. whenhey ca back, their
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left my car, but norace of it, completely gone. >> he says it was locked and had than 250 feet away.and was more rogan attest t limitations. when i go back to the car, put my foot on the brink and push the button, it won't start. trying again with it just outside the car, still won't turn on. >> you hto be proper communication with the vehic -- and this key. >> alarmtronix owner randy torgrud specializes in vehicle security and says it would be no easy task to steal the suv. >> it is impossible to code unless you take it into a key made.p and have a next her >>ahhab is worried there's a high tech device thieves could be using en they program it on ther spot. car owners.advice for all
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milwaukee police say the a key investigating. there was no broken glass at the scene. the suv has not been recovered. kathy: and it's something to consider auto expesay most , keyless entry cars will continue to run even if the key b is out of range. however, once turned off they can't be restarted. it's no milukee this . this is surveillance video housn crooks stole more , than 100 cars using a laptop. police say they reprogrammed the cars so their own key worked. jeep and dodge cars were all targeted. joyce: if you're an at&t customer, you may soon get a refund check in the mail. the fcc has ordered at&t to pay its customers $6,800,000. it's after the phone company allowed scammers to charge $9 a month for a directory assistance service that didn't exist. the refund includes current an former customers who were charged the fee since 2012.
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-- $950,000 to the u.s. treasury as part of the settlement. refund checks will be sent out over the next three months. an n'sync reunion, tim tebows' new career path, and an olympic game face. kathy: they're all stories that have people talking tonight. patrick has all these stories for us tonight in social square. patrick: it's been nearly a de sincehe boy band n'sync said bye, bye, bye, and split butup twitter post has fans , dreaming of a reunion. stin tberle tweeted this picture of gang ck together again. lance bassc. were celebrating chasez's 40thhy arty. the photo has 17 l despite the public calling for a reunion, there's no word on any w projects in the works for the band. diroto the diamond? former nfl quarterbackebow is now actively pursuing a ca in baball. he hasn't rgized baseball since high school. he plans to hold a wut for major league baseball teams this month. one of tebow's trainers says the heisophytrinner has the skill to become a pro baseball
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commentator. and next, it's the staredown winning gold online. we mentioned this last night. nire's the video. e of theost decorated pians in history, michael phelpswaht making a graham-but-determid -- d face he was getting ready for the 200-meter butterfly along with chclos of south africa. ring the 2012 games in london, le clos defeated phelps in the same event. after the heat, phel s meant no harm and in facs trying to noly ealn look at le clos. it's taken social media by storm. it's been dubbed phelps facon social media. joyce and kathy? onnghere.lot of head games goi kathy: cup in sports, why former brewer prince fiedler is forced to leave the game he loves. joyce: plus how the cu
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ainst the braves tonight. kathy: band the advantage the , badgers offensive line will have this season. stephanie sutton is next in sports. here ao's winning
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when the oil billionaire koch brothers call senatoron.. jns [ cellphone ringing ] ...what do you think they talk ab how the koch brothers' companiepout wisconsin, even green bay, or how they spent millions to supohns as he voted their way 90% of the time and supported special breaks for big oil polluters? d the koch brothers talk about, it pbly isn't you. tionacs responsible
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announcer: big 12 sports presente menards. stephanie: wily peralta making his first start r the ewers since june 11. he's been down in aaa colorado springs, but after junior guerra went on the disabled list,
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-- the call to come back up. wily pitching solid at miller park tonight against the braves. he lasts until the senth inning and had six strikeouts. gets matt kemp swining to end the top of the fourth. in the bottom half of the inningstilno score. not anymore. ryan braun blasts a solo shot to deep lefnt field, his 19th home run of the season. bernie brewer takes a ride down the slide, but the celebration didnt la' too long. fast forward to the seventh. peralta pitches so well until this, gives urun, and then is replaced by michael blazek. then, this hapn. adonis garcia with an r.b.i. -- this ened. adonisara th an r.b.i. single matt kslides in safe ahome for the go ahead run. thbrs se tonight, to-one. >>ldert prince can get
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sthanie: a nacho? stephanie: prince fielder always has fun wh he plays, but after having his second neck surgery since joining the texas rangers, it appears prince'career is over. it was first reported by fox sports. elder o played for the brewers for seven seasons will apparently hold a press conference tomorrow. if this re ithen pr will nish his major league career with 319 he runs, the same number as his father cecil had. as we told you in our fit half hour, packers back on the tice fld tonight in green sinda's game was canceled, their preseason opener is now friday night at home against e cleveland browns. sevel players returng to practice tight, though physically unable torm, jerod cook an montgomery. ers are back at itomorrow morning at ray nschkfield. day two of camp for the badgers. they haven't put the pads on yet, but when they do, there will be so oautions on
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turmoil last year. l youngsterse ro minto t. the ews n tho yplayers now have experience. >> the growing should be me severe, like a lot better this year, bu' sti young. w' actually an oldroup yet. 'actual a pretty cool opporty to s that. >> i think we're g to impress so people. we worked hard all winter, spri a b summer. we've g s so, i'm excited to play. news, michael phelps has won two r mr. phelps.ls, 2ld med joyce: pretty amazing. stepnie: i't think he is making that face now. keep it going.joe: thank you.
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feingold: that's my grandfather with a brand new truck. it was one of the first to come out of this plant in 1923. but today, too many good manufacturing jobs are shipped away because of a tax code that actually rewards companies for exporting jobs. let's close the corporate loopholes- that will save taxpayer money
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i' russ feingold and i approve this message because we don't need an economy that works only for ceos, we need an economy that works for everyone some of you love it, some of you are actually asking for fall.
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