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>> now on wisn 12 news this morning. thema: the presidential campaign is down to the final days. the candidates now in marathon mode. where you can go later today to hear from the kentucky asking for your vote. plus, harley puts out the help wanted sign. where you can go today to apply for the job with one of wisconsin's most recognizable brands. first a live look outside on this saturday morning. a mild weekend with plenty of sun in store. we're tracking showers coming back into the area. good morning, everyone. welcome to wisn 12 news this morning. 7:00 a.m. right now on this saturday, november 5th. i'm thema ponton. and let's get things started with your forecast. and meteorologist jeremy nelson is in the weather center.
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jeremy. jeremy: good saturday morning, everyone. a gorgeous start to the weekend across southeast wisconsin. hopefully you have outdoor plans today or tomorrow. this is probably the best weather weekend that we see during the entire month of november. outside of the weather winnow right now we have partly cloudy skies above downtown milwaukee. there is a lot of clearing out there. in 25 minutes we will have sunrise and you want to sunglasses for today. looking great. 52 degrees right now. did not cool ouc a west to southwest breeze around. and mequon it is 49. and a 5 to 10 miles per hour breeze right now. your forecast looks like this for today, a couple of clouds this morning. and sunshine this afternoon. perfect to get outside and enjoy the beautiful fall weather with highs in the middle 60's. we will talk about sunday's forecast and your seven day
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the candidates for president are pushing for every vote. hillary clinton and donald trump have stops planned in crucial swing states, ohio, florida, and pennsylvania. in the neck and neck race the candidates are leaning on high profile supporters to get their message out. in recent weeks wisconsin has heard from high profile stumps. mike pence will stump for votes alongside of paul ryan and senator ron johnson. and donald trump is returning to wisconsin one more time before the election, he will be in west allis tomorrow afternoon. i yesterday, vice president joe biden held a rally for hillary clinton and russ feingold in madison. the victim is in pennsylvania today for hillary clinton. tomorrow tim kaine will head events in wisconsin.
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voters. that is still within the marge of error. andy rose has the latest on the candidates final weekend of campaigning. reporter: with one weekend left to get their messages out. donald trump on the is gaining n hillary clinton according to "cnn's" latest map. the race has tightped in the final two weeks. the latest map is showing four states have shifted all in donald trump's favor. >> have you been seeing what is hanning in with the polls. reporter: maine, ohio, and utah are looking as they will shift from battleground to lean republican. and new hampshire, a state not to lean democratic might turn red this election. with the moves hillary clinton drops below the 270 vote threshold. of course this is an estimate and several states like arizona,
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grabs. and both parties focusing their efforts there in the final days. democrats are hoping that the latest jobs report showing unemployment down to 4.9% will work in their favor. >> we got some good news this morning. our economy created 121,000 jobs last month. that's -- [ applause ] that is 73 straight months of job growth. [applause] is poised to really takeoff and thrive. reporter: i'm andy rose reporting. thema: in addition to the presidential race, the u.s. senate race here in wisconsin is being closely watched by political groups from across the country. the outcome could effect the balance of power in congress. republican senator ron johnson is running for a second term. the marquette law school poll is showing russ feingold leading
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voters. the g.o.p is holding a majority in the senate, but republicans are defending more seats during this election. well, the senate race to the local referendum to the principal election, be sure the stay with wisn 12 news and abc news. you can watch wisn 12 news on air and on-line all night starting at 4:00. later today you can bring your concerns about crime and safety ninth district alder woman is hosting a town hall this morning and take your questions with representatives from the police department and the office of violence prevention. it is inside of universal academy on 53rd and green tree. and later today aurora healthcare is hosting a panel discussion on pain medication addiction. you are invited to hear from local doctors, specialists and an expert from the department of
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the starts at 8:30 this morning and there will be a place for you to job off old and expired medications. today milwaukee will pay tribute to our country's veterans. the city's 53rd annual veteran's day parade steps off at 11:00 this morning in downtown milwaukee. the parade heads east down wells street and ends at the war memorial. there are 1,000 veterans taking part for one particular group it will be their first time walking in the parade. for more than 50 years they were surrogate u.s. soldiers, part of a secret force during the vietnam war. wisn 12 news mike anderson shares their story. mike: major peter will be among 20 soldiers honored in the veteran's day parade in milwaukee on saturday. >> it is good.
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feels good. mike: yes. it feels good. he says, that his service is no longer a secret. he was a combat soldier in the jungles of southeast asia durins the vietnam car. commissioned and trained by the united states in the efforts to combat communists the urgency. >> i remain, sometimes. reporter: they gathered intelligence, and rescued down u.s. crews and protected u.s. navigational sites all in secret. after its fall, the communist took control a those aligned with the u.s. major peter spent time in a prisoning camp, but managed to escape and the u.s. resettled him here in milwaukee. >> it was not acknowledged until president barack obama went to laos in september. reporter: and an saturday, peter will march in the
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regrets. but he doesn't receive veteran's benefits at the age of 76. mike anderson, wisn 12 news. thema: well, immediately after the parade, you are invited to a service at the war memorial. a new monument is being dedicated to honor gold star families. those with a family member in the armed force who died serving our country. wisn 12 news time right now, 7:08. later today harley davidson will hold a recruitment event for entry level workers. the company is looking for machine operators, assemlers and fork drivers. ere will be two sessions where you can learn more, at 9:00 and 10:30 this morning. both are at the harley factory in menominee falls. and also later today, cleimate sausage is holding a career fair. the hiring team will answer your
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applications from 9:00 until 1:00 this afternoon. there are 350 people who were at the plan in milwaukee. later today, the milwaukee county winner farmers' market opens for the season inside of the mitchell park dome's annex. that is the complex next to the dome. 50 vendors will be sell prog deuce and locally made product, baked goods, jams, sauces and honey there. it opens at 9:00 this morning. it is every saturday through april 8th. wisn 12 news rht now, 7:09, changing the way cigarettes are sold. some are saying redesigning the packages could encourage more people to quit smoking. plus worrying yourself sikhism what doctors are saying may be happening to hundreds of their patients. and meteorologist jeremy nelson is in the weather center with our sat forecast. good morning, everyone. jeremy. january forecast, and the forecast is looking great. we are tracking a weekend
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thema: welcome back. and new this morning. pictures on cigarette packs showing the dangers of smoking may be enough to get people to quit. a new georgetown university study followed smoking trends in countries that display graphic images of diseased lungs and trachea oughtmies onseterate packs. the u.s. could see a 5 to 10%
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scientists are saying the warnings could prevent 650,000 deaths over the ne 50 years. also new this morning, worrying about your hlth may actually make you sick. an estimated 5 to 10% of people have health anxiety, meaning they are obsessed with thoughts of having other getting an illness. according to researchers in norway, this is linked to a 70% higher risk of heart disease. doctors suggest those who suffer fr treatment through cognitive therapy. also later today, four parishes in the archdiocese of milwaukee will open they dos for an excusive look inside. this is the first time the archdiocese hosted the free event. the churches the volve include -- the tours start at 10:00 this morning. shuttle buses will take people to the next church every half hour.
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later today you're invited to a party hosted by the school sisters of st. francis. there will be a mass at the once vent and after the service families can buy food from local restaurants and listen to live music. the festivities last until 8:00 tonight. well, wisn 12 news this morning time right now, 7:15. a -- holiday must have for many people and today you can pick up your free copy at and that is where we find van mcneil this morning. good morning. van. van: good morning, thema. it is one of the best times of the year. the distribution of the energy cookie book. the 2016 edition. a little bit different this year, the wisconsin heritage edition. we bring in cathy. how are you doing. >> i'm great, how are you? >> i'm well.
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>> 1828. so company tradition for 85 years. not continuously, but very strong. >> and the 2015 book recipes from across the nation. this year a little different, wisconsin focus. >> right. this is called the wisconsin heritage edition and filled with recipes from notable wisconsin people, so from educators, to entertainers and community leaders, you will recognize a lot of names with recipe. olympic speed skater, and on, what you're looking at right now, this is from here, from the filmmakers -- their mom's bread recipe. this is the killer brownies. these are mother's pecan crescents. >> i had these before, they are delicious. >> these are cowboy cookies. >> so we start detributing the cookie books at what time? >> 90:00.
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up. it is not necessary. we have never run out of books. don't get here early and get inline. but we have people lining up. >> it is free for the cookie book. >> it is free. we will be handing out cookies. hot cocoa, santa's reindeer show up. and a lot of people make it their christmas card. >> a great tradition here add miller park. the 2016 signature distribution event of the coobo is coming today. thank you, cathy. we are live, van mcneil, wisn 12 news this morning. thema: all right. thank you, van and cathy. we are going to keep an eye on the number of cookies on the plate this morning. we will be counting. >> ok. thema: thank you. [ laughter ] he ate one. all right. out there, we see both cathy and van, cathy with her christmas at on. van with glowings and a scarf.
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probably in the upper 4's in the -- 40's. they are dressed appropriately. a lot of people want to spend time outside. it is the first weekend of november and it should be fantastic across the area. a lot of sunshine out there right now. and even better this afternoon. a couple of clouds now will scoot off to the east. above-average today and continuing into the workweek. any rain in the forecast it is probably on we will talk about that a little bit later in the segment. tonight before heading to bed, we fall back one hour, so set your clocks back for then of daylight saving time. sunset on sunday, a lot of people are not a fan of this, 4:37 is the sunset on sunday. now, we have a lot of sunshine, this is the best weather day ever for the veteran's parade in
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a light jact or a sweatshirt this morning. and midday, the parade will pass by. and the temperatures will be 60 degrees. and downtown early afternoon, maybe grab a bite to eat, outside is our temperatures warm into the middle 60's and not a lot of win today. a five to 10 miles per hour breeze. and heading home after the parade, look to do yardwork, the highs in the 60's and not a lot of the neighbor's yard. 52 degrees right now. we'll see a pretty quick climb. it is a gorgeous looking sky out there. a badger red sunrise early this morning. and hopefully, the banners takedown the wildcats today. and traveling down to the south and northeast illinois. get a move on, an early kick at 11:00 a.m. and heading down in that direction. the kickoff temperatures in the 50's and quickly jumping into
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metro area. 52 downtown. and 51 in port washington. and upper 30's around watertown. the coolest spot this morning. 40's to 50 degrees to start off the day. quiet on it doppler network. we will probably not see rain show up on this until monday night on tuesday here across southern wisconsin. and high pressure is locked in place. scoot the place. scoot the southeast. and drawing in winds this weekend and push our highs way above-average for this time in november. the average high is 51. high is lower to mid-60's across the area today. sunny to partly cloudy skies. a carbon copy expected for sunday. a lot of sunshine. and then a little bit cold front tries to move in monday night into tuesday. that may give us a few showers on election day. best chance of rain is during the morning and afternoon probably dry on tuesday. good-looking forecast here for early november standards. 50's and 60's.
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lows are above-average. we will see a little bit of a change swing in towards the end of the forecast. i think thursday into friday, a cold front moves through and may see a high of 40's to 50s by next saturday. thema. thema: thank you, january. wisn 12 news this morning time 7:21. for the love of the game. how one father is making sure that he his newborn will always
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thema: welcome back. 7:24 right now. how about this for a world series wager? one couple decided to name their newborn son based on the outcome of game seven. brian and katie live in indianapolis. brian is a huge cubs fan. so when they found out they were expecting a baby earlier this year, katie presented her husband with the bet.
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the world series than he can be wiggly and if not, then he is oliver. >> well the couple had their third child, a boy on halloween, and baby wrigley is home happy and healthy with his family and his brand new birth certificate. this morning the tickets go on the ncaa championship. this includes the two day of games on march 16th and 18th. tickets can be purchased on-line through ticketmaster at 10:00 this morning. the bucks host the kings at the center. the bucks looking for a third straight win after beating the indiana pacers last thursday. tip-off is at 7:00 tonight.
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admirals are hosting the hawaii wild. the puck drops at 6:00. and the team is conducting a straw poll for the presidential election. so fans will have the option of choosing a hillary clinton or a donald trump bubble head to take home. the candidate that runs out first will be declared the quote-unquote winner. this will be the fourth time that the admirals have done it. local malls are gearing up for the holiday season. up next on wisn 12 news this
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thema: good morning, everyone. welcome to wisn 12 news this morning. it is coming up on 7:30 right now on this saturday,
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and we'll get things started your weekend forecast. and meteorologist jeremy nelson is standing by in the weather center. sun is up, it makings of beautiful day today. jeremy: gorgeous across southern wisconsin. the sun is just peaking over the horizon. a beautiful look from our discovery world camera across lake michigan. i think you will like the temperatures this morning, comfortably cool, 52 degrees in the city. the wind is west at five to 10 miles per hour. that really helped to keep temperatures up overnight. we are expecting just a fantastic day ahead. a live look outside in sheboygan and cooler to the north. 44 degrees there. and grab a light jacket taking a walk along the lakefront this morning. and november golf, great weather for that. and this afternoon, golfing in shorts and f shirts. 65 degrees. sunset time is around 5:38 today. and 4:37 with the time change.
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forecast is coming up. thema: thank you, jeremy. three days until election day, and across wisconsin, the presidential campaigns continue to rally voters. both parties making their final push this weekend. later today donald trump's running mate, mike pence will make a stop and plans to join paul ryan and ron johnson for an outdoor rally. it is part of johnson's bus state. russ feingold has a one-point lead hove johnson. hillary clinton's running mate, tim kaine will be in milwaukee tomorrow and visit his campaign office at 9:00 a.m., and green bay and lacrosse. well, hillary clinton has not campaigned in wisconsin since the april primary. this weekend, she is focusing on the battle and green ground sta.
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cleveland for the candidate. and donald trump is saying he doesn't need celebrity support to get him elected. he campaigned in wisconsin several times since the april primary and plans to be here tomorrow. a rally is planned that state fair park in ground state of wet 3:00 p.m. and the republican presidential nominee was in eau claire on tuesday. a pollster is saying donald trump's sunday visit is aimed at driving up support in a part of wisconsin donald trump n marquette law school digs into the information. >> what is donald trump looking for to happen on tuesday. >> well, donald trump and the campaign spent a lot of time here actually. and i think the biggest thing and why he is coming to southeastern wisconsin is he continues in our polling data to under perform mitt romney in his vote in the milwaukee suburban region of the state. this is usually the richest area of republican votes in the
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driving up the margins that that romney and other republicans almost always do. thema: coming up on sunday, up front's political panel if donald trump has a shot of winning wisconsin. after upfront, and stay tuned for this week and followed by matter of fact. well, if you live in milwaukee, it is not too late to vote early. from noon until 5:00 p.m. today the municipal building or at the library. remember, though, to bring a government issued photo i.d. with you, and many municipalities early voting ended yesterday. if you plan to vote on election day, the polls are open tuesday from 7:00 until 8:00 p.m. and wisn 12 news is teaming up with ax abnews to bring you big story coverage on election night. you can watch live coverage all night on the air and on-line starting at 4:00 p.m. on
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wisn 12 news this morning right now, 7:33. a bomb squad is still investigating after a bizarre attempted bank robbery yesterday in kenosha. a suspect walked into johnson bank and dehanded a million dollars and claimed to have a bomb. a robot was used to talk to the suspect and ordering him to take off his clothes and come outside. he was arrested. the suspected explosive device was blown up three times to make sure safe. well, we are learning more about the man accused of killing four people in a wrong way suspected drunk driving crash on i-94. our affiliate in madison reports that it there-year-old willis had prior drunk driving convictions in 2003 and 2004 in missouri, in addition to drug violations in florida in 2004 and 2006. state troopers are saying on
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pull willis over near deerfield. but he made a u-turn and drove the wrong way on the interstate and slammed into two cars. in one vehicle, four coworkers from cpa's on their way home from a recruiting event in lacrosse. katie and kim of milwaukee died along with clinton hall from waterloo. the driver, brian of whitefish bay is in the hospital with life-threatening injuries. 23-yr- was in a third car and also died. and wills, his injuries are also life-threatening. right now dozens of local veterans are on a trip to washington, d.c. it is the final stars and stripes honor flight of this year. this is video from a trip earlier this year. this time 72 were war 2 and crane war veterans are flying. they will visit memorials at the nation's capital built in their honor. they will fly back to milwaukee
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reception at mitchell international airport and you are welcome to say your thanks to all of the veterans. the flight is expected back around 8:30. and if you can't make it to the airline later today, thousands of veterans will be in downtown milwaukee. the annual veteran's day parade steps off at 11:00 this morning and ends at the war memorial. now, the parade route is mostly along wells street. so heads up to anyone who is planning to drive downtown today. if you ride the bus, give yourself trutime to get around. the milwaukee running festival kicks off later today. a marathon is scheduled for 7:00 tomorrow morning. many streets will be shutdown. the milwaukee county transit system is saying you can expect county-wide delays. access will be limited for residents, businesses and even churches along the 26.2-mile route. we've got a map of the course right there. those streets could be blocked off into the afternoon. the badgers face northeastern later today. and you can watch that game
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news. our coverage beginnings with a special big 12 sports saturday pregame at 10:30. and leave from evanston. that is followed by kickoff at 11:00 a.m. and then big 12 sports saturday at 6:30 p.m. for postgame reports. that's all right here on wisn 12 news. well later today. you can get your hands on a book that has become a holiday must have. the 2016 cookie book gave away is this miller mark. and that's where we find. wisn 12 news' van mcneil. good morning. >> good morning, thema. the cookie count? at two. the signature event, of course, i have even the cookie, now i have to try to conduct an interview with amy here. good morning. amy. it is amazing the amount of people lining here for this cookie book. >> we have people already lining up. driving their cars up over here at miller park.
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their cookie book starting that 9:00. >> absolutely free to come and get the cookie book. an 80-year tradition. >> that is right. we've started this in energy 28. hour home economist that worked for our company, created our book for our customers. it is wonderful. >> this year we highlight wisconsin and the biggest names in the state. >> correct, we have people like john, a comedian here in wisconsin, everyone knows. garden and a former olympian. and a great cookie here from marquette university, called the cowboy cookie. it has great stuff in it, like pecans, coconuts, chocolate chips and oats. >> ok. so we get going at 9:00. with the free distribution. >> that's right. 9:00 to 1:00 today champion to miller park. we have hot cocoa.
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ms. clause will be here. so, come on down. >> a great family tradition. knockout the holiday pictures and eat cookie and make cookies. thank you. and john has a cookie in the book. we will talk with him next. we're at miller park. wisn 12 news this morning. thema: thank you, van, and leave cookies for everybody else. you cannot eat them all right. thank you, van. another time the holiday season is approaching. you can get ideas for decorating your home before if gets too
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russ feingold: in the senate there's a choice- you can go along with the rigged system,
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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. and work to build an economy that works for everyone. i'm russ feingold and i approve this message
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when i was one year old, i was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer on my spinal chord. 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.
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thema: welcome back to wisn 12 news this morning. 7:43 on this saturday, november 5th. and take a peak at the screen if you after a beautiful day. meteorologist jeremy nelson with your forecast coming up. developing this morning -- the f.b.i. is assessing the credibility of a possible al qaeda terror attack against the u.s. on the day before the election. officials are saying counterterrorism investigators are reviewing information that mentioned new york, texas, and virginia as potential targets. and nypdler spokesperson is saying the information lacks specifics. we are learning more about
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york city. it happens yesterday afternoon when officers were trying to capture a home invasion suspect. and police are saying a man opened fire. sergeant paul and the suspect were both killed. officials are saying a second officer is in stable condition at the hospital. the sergeant was a 19 year veteran of the force and the father of two children. that shooting outcomes days after a deadly ambush-style attack on central iowa. two agents both died after being shot sitting in their patrol cars. the suspected gunman is in custody. yesterday police lined the street, people, rather lined the streets of des moines to pay their respects to the officers. the officers funerals will be held next week. wisn 12 news time right now, 7:44 a police officer in washington state is using unconventional ways to bid trust
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every week, officer craig skates, with skateboards with kids and teenagers at a local indoor skate park. and he plays the trombone with students in the music program. his hobbies are a great way to talk to teens and he helped out reformed criminals. >> numerous times i want to jail. i remember every single time we try to encourage me and tell me good things and upif me. he was definitely made a difference in my life. thema: officer document a lot of his interactions on instagram where he has over 8,000 followers. well, there's a new nonstop flight at mitchell international. delta hairs will add a flight from milwaukee to seattle beginning march 9th. leaving mitchell at 8:00 and arriving seattle at 10:30. and the return flight leaves at
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11:00 p.m. if you like wine, beer, and food this next story might just be for you. the savor milwaukee festival is this weekend. you can sample dozens of dishes from your favorite restaurants at the wisconsin center in downtown milwaukee. and cooking demonstrations. it gets underway at 11:00 this morning. if you would hinds to find out more information about savor milwaukee, just go to www.wisn.com in your app store or google morning. we turn our attention to the weather. and meteorologist jeremy nelson is here with our sunny saturday details. jeremy: it is great this morning. already in the 50's in milwaukee. thema: feels nice. a built cooler out there an extended period of time. jeremy: we are spoiled. we are saying 50's is cool, and that is the average high. we will take it. the good news is, if you have to be indoors today, tomorrow, we
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we will have in new jersey across southeastern wisconsin. enjoy this if you're doing yardwork today and tomorrow with rest and relaxation. and talk about the forecast. raking up the leaves the good news not a lot of wind today. five to 10 miles per hour. cool and comfully this morning. 53 at 9:00 and this afternoon in the 60's. tonight before heading to bed, we fall back one hour, set the clocks bac with the end of daylight saving time. tonight that means our sunset times this weekend. 5:38 and then tomorrow 437 team. we do benefit with a little earlier break of day on sunday morning. 6:33. that's great news into the winter season. the kids go out to the bus stop don't have to worry about it being dark outside. all right. sunrises and sunsets. a gorgeous one from carrie, he
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a clemson color, too, whatever you are cheering for today, we're cheering for great weather this afternoon. we have plenty of that in the forecast. outside right now, we'll call it partly cloudy skies above downtown milwaukee. and a few clouds sliding through this morning. thosehead exit and give way to mostly cloudy skies by the 42. 52 degrees right now, west breeze at five to 10 and kept our temperatures up lane overnight in the southern part of the but we have no threat of 30's here and starting our temperature climb already. here is where we will land this afternoon. gorgeous across the state. 65 in milwaukee. 67 in chicago. and the same in madison, and mid 60's in the north woods.
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sunglasses, 70 degrees hander cedar -- rapids on sunday. and here locally, 66 degrees in the milwaukee metro area. once we move into monday late in the day we may see thickening clouds ahead of a cold front that will spill showers in here by tuesday. that is election day, don't cancel your plans. midday and late day should be dry. here is your weather watch 12 week ahead. hard to be sunshine out there. perfect conditions. highs will jump to the middle 60's. and keep the 60's around through monday. and tuesday's forecast a couple of showers. slightly cooler with upper 50's. and then a little bit stronger cold front moves through either thursday or friday. and then by next saturday highs closer to 50. thema. thema: thank you, jeremy. have you done your holiday decorating.
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peak at the christmas fantasy house. the halls a decked. dozens of local decorators worked together to transform the home into a holiday wonderland. and tours start today. organizers are saying it is the perfect time to get ideas for your home. >> we want people to come in and -- look at a room and say, oh, my gosh it is so beautiful. look what they did on the the address will not be revealed. but you are encouraged to meet at the park and ride off of i-94 and highway 83. free shuttles will take you to the home. tickets are $20. proceeds benefit the ronald mcdonald house. the tours end on november 13th. well santa claus is coming to town later today.
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eve. if you want to see santa at other -- malls he arrives later this month.
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thema: welcome back. wisn 12 news time 7:54ism benedict is the latest marvels superhero at the box office this weekend. and kevin frazier has a preview of dr. strange. reporter: this week, justin timberlake and a musical cast star in a hilarious hair raising adventure in trolls. and a master musician in marvels dr. strange. in marvels dr. strange, benedict stars at steven strange, a neurosurgeon who suffers a tragic accident and saves the world. he originally had to turndown the role, but marvel was willing to wait. >> the amount of faith and promise that they sort of put,
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front alone. they are never done it before on their life as a studio. so i was flattered. and then thought i have a lot of responsibility to live up to. that was a great motivation. >> so many years. here in time. >> looking for you. >> how do you always look on the bright side. >> and in trolls. a branch, a grumpy troll that must help poy community from hungry monsters. they are joined by an all-star cast. >> there's a song on the sound track that i wrote that will be -- gwen stefani featuring me. >> the is amazing. >> and was looking for an excuse to do a song with her, this game up. >> happiness is inside of all of us.
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help you find it. >> kevin frazier, back to you in the studio. >> all right. thank you.
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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. and he fits right in. end citizens united is responsible
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thema: a party at the convent. thema: the presidential campaign is down to its final days. the candidates in marathon mode. where you can go later today to hear from the candidate asking for your and plus harley puts out the help wanted sign, where you can go today to apply for a job with wisconsin's most recognizable brand. and first a live look outside on this saturday morning. a mild weekend ahead with plenty of sun in store. we are tracking when showers will come back into our area. good morning, everyone. welcome to wisn 12 news this morning. i'm thema ponton. 8 a.m. on this saturday, november 5th. thanks for joining us this morning. and a look at your forecast. meteorologist jeremy nelson is
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center. good morning. jeremy. jeremy: good morning, everyone. off to a fantastic start here in southeastern wisconsin. a gorgeous view from discovery world. almost full sunshine over lake michigan. and the temperatures are comfortable cool here in the milwaukee metro area. the dropped down to 50 degrees overnight. 51 right now in the city. a west breeze between five and 10 miles per hour, and temperatures at 50 degrees. i just updated the graphic. we can add one more day to this. 175 straight days with a temperature of 50 or better in milwaukee. we're closing in on that record, just 12 days away from that. growing season continues. we have not had a freeze in the city yet. 32 degrees or lower temperatures. that streak to 207 consecutive days. i will let you know how long the mild temperatures stick around in the seven-day forecast, coming up. thema: thank you, jeremy. the candidates for president are
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last day before election day. donald trump and hillary clinton have plans stopped in crucial swing states, ohio, florida, and pennsylvania. in the neck and neck race, the candidates are leaning on high profile supporters to get out their message. in recent weeks, wisconsin has hard from visitors from both parties. that will continue. today, republican vice president candidate mike pence will stump for votes alongside of paul ryan trump is returning to wisconsin one more time before the election at state fair park in west allis tomorrow afternoon. and yes, vice president joe biden held a rally for hillary clinton and russ feingold in madison. the vice president is stumping in pennsylvania today for hillary clinton. tomorrow, the democratic v.p. nominee, tim kaine will hold events in milwaukee, green bay and lacrosse. the latest abc news, "washington
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with a slight edge, 47 to 43% among likely voters still within the margin of error. and andy rose has the latest on the candidates finally weekend of campaigning. reporter: with just one weekend left to get their messages oh, republican nominee donald trump is gaining on hillary clinton according to "cnn's" latest map. hillary clinton holds a clear lead, the race has tighten said file -- final two weeks. four states center shifted. main second congressional district, ohio and utah are looking as if they will shift from battleground to lean republican. and new hampshire, a state that leaned democratic might turn red this election. hillary clinton drop business through the 270 vote threshold to clench the election on tuesday. of course this is an estimate of what voters will do, and arizona, florida, and north
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grabs and both parties have been focusing their efforts there. the democrats are hoping that the latest jobs report, with employment down to 4.9% will work in their favor. >> we have good news this morning. our economy created 161,000 jobs last month, that's -- that is 73 straight months of job that our economy is poised to really takeoff and thrive. >> andy rose reporting. thema: in addition to the presidential race, the u.s. senate race here in wisconsin is being closely watched by political groups from across the country. the outcome could effect the balance of power in congress. republican senator ron johnson is running for a second term, the marquette law school poll is showing russ feingold leading
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voters. right now the g.o.p. is holding a 54/fresh majority in the senate. but republicans are defending more seats during this election. well, from the senate race to local referendum to the presidential election, be sure to stay with wisn 12 news and abc news for big story coverage on election night. you can watch wisn 12 news on the air and on-line all night starting at 4:00 on tuesday afternoon. concerns about crime and safety in milwaukee to city leaders. the ninth district is hosting a town hall this morning and they will take your questions from the police department and offense of violence prevention. it is inside of universal academy on 53 and green tree. well, also later today aurora healthcare is hosting a panel discussion on pain medication and addiction. you are invaded to hear from local doctors, pain medication
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justice. the mini conference starts at 8:30 this morning inside of the pavilion conference room at west allis, there will be a place to drop off held and expired medications. today milwaukee will pay tribute to our country's veterans. the city's 53rd annual veteran's day parade steps off at 11:00 this morning in downtown milwaukee. the parade then heads east down wells street and ends at the war memorial. veterans taking part in this year's parade. for one particular group it will be their first time walking in the parade. for more than 50 years it they were surrogate u.s. soldiers, part of a secret force during the vietnam war. mike anderson shares their story. mike: major peter will be among 20 soldiers honored in the veteran's day parade in milwaukee on saturday. >> the feels good.
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says, that his service is no longer a secret. he was a combat soldier in the jungles of southeast asia during the vietnam war. commissioned and trained by the united states in the efforts it combat communist insurgency. >> you, know, sometimes. reporter: they gather under tellerance, rescued down u.s. crews and protected u.s. navigational sites in lao in secret. te fominsk communists took control and launched genocidal campaigns to punish or eliminate those aligned with the u.s. major peters spent time in a prison camp, but managed the escape and the u.s. resettled him here in milwaukee. >> it was not acknowledged until president barack obama went on to laos went over there in september.
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peter will march proudly in the veteran's day parade with no rejects. but he doesn't receiver benefits at the age of 76. mike anderson, wisn 12 news. thema: after the parade, you are? violated to a service at the war memorial. a new monument is being dedicated to honor gold star families. those a family members in the arm forces who died while serving our country. later today, harvalee davidson will hold r workers. they are looking for machine operators, assembers and forklift drivers. there will be two sessions where you can learn more one at 9:00 and another one at 10:30 this morning at the harley factory in menominee falls. and later today, klement's sausage is holding a career
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plant workers, technicians and quality assurance workers. there are about 350 people who work at the klements plant in milwaukee. 50 vendors selling farm ground produce and locally baked products, baked goods, jams, honey and sauces. the opens morning. the winners farmers' market is every saturday through april eighth. for the love of the game. how one father is making sure his newborn will always cheer for his favorite team. plus worrying yourself sick. why doctors are saying that may be happening to hundreds of
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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. and work to build an economy that works for everyone.
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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 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: and new this morning, pictures on cigarette packs showing the dangers of smoking may be enough to get people to quit. a new georgetown university study followed smoking trends in
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graphic images of diseased lungs and tracheotomies on spiral packs -- cigarette packs the u.s. could see a 5 to 10% drop in smoking if the photos were required by law. it could present deaths over the next 50 years. new this morning worrying about your health may make you sick. an estimated 5 to 10% of people have health anxiety. they are obsessed with thoughts of havin according to researches in norway, this is linked to a 70% higher risk of heart disease. doctors suggest those who suffer from health anxiety to get treatment through cognitive therapy. wisn 12 news time right now, hague 13:00. either bakers can now get their hands on the energy cookie book. it has become a holiday must have many people. today you can pickup your free copy at miller park. that's where we find wisn 12
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this morning. good morning, van. van: good morning. thema. people have been lining up since earlier in the morning. how is everybody? they are ready for the 2016 edition of the energy cookie book. you heard of jerry seinfeld, and comedians, today, they are eating cookies. milwaukee's very own john. how are you doing? >> i'm thrilled to be here. >> this cookie on the cover here. that's your cookie. >> my gel he sandwich -- jelly sandwich cookie. it was developed for an event we did on mp tv, but i made it a half of a dozen times. >> is this your cookie or mom's cookie? >> well, if you ever heard me talk about my mom. she boiled everything. she had terrible cooking. so we had sugar cookies growing
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of a snowball or candy cane. so it was a sugar cookie. but it is a better developed sugar cookie. >> what is the jelly inside of there? >> on the cover is a raspberry jam. so it is a double sugar cookie filled with jam and then? -- sugar on top. it is sweet, it is -- it has a little punch to the jam. it is the best. >> i cannot wait to >> it is on the cover. you made the cover. >> my mom is like, the best thing you have ever done. >> from around the corner in all of the shows you have done. now you made, it john. >> it is huge. >> it is huge. you can get it here for free. get more information on www.wisn.com. come out and say hello to john and get your free cookie book. van mcneil, the 2016 energy cookie book signature distribution event. reporting live, wisn 12 news.
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exciting. thank you. thanks to the crowd. they are really excited. well, 8:15 right now. this morning tickets go on sale for the preliminary round of the ncaa man's basketball championship. that includes the games on march 16th and 18th. tickets can be purchased on-line through ticketmaster at 10:00 this morning. in the nba tonight the milwaukee bucks host the sacramento kings at the center. the bucks straight win after beating the indian pacers on thursday 125 to 107ism tip-off is at 7:00 tonight. up cross the street, the milwaukee animals are -- admirals are hosting the iowa wild. the puck is dropping at 6:00. and the team is conducting their very own straw poll for the presidential election. before the game, fans will have
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clinton bobblehead or a donald trump bobble head to take home. the one that runs out first will be the quote unquoted winner for the election. something they have done before. we have bobbleheads here. so, they have an equal amount of both bobble heads. they are not trying to keep the scales. you go in and tell them which one you want. who knows. jeremy: do we have to update what happened four years a they ran out of the romney ones first. so the last time the poll -- thema: ok, well, it is not also. jeremy: it is for fun. we will see what happens. those are pretty cool bobble heads. thema: for today's weather, yot also. jeremy: don't have to be inside. jeremy: if i was a bobblehead today. and you ask me a question. thema: is it going to rain
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now you can talk. we want to hear about. jeremy: a fantastic day ahead. it looks awesome today and tomorrow. and if you are headed down to the veteran's day parade in downtown milwaukee we could not ask for better weather conditions. it? not cold outside right now. cool, maybe have a sweatshirt or a light jacket on. and all kinds of sunshine by the afternoon. a gorgeous day ahead. when the parade steps off, 58 degrees. now, before heading to bed tonight, turth wait until tomorrow morning. fall back one hour, end of daylight saving time tonight, that means sunset time on sunday afternoon at 4:37. yeah. that's pretty early, before 5:00. and outside of the weather window this morning a mix of sun and clouds. just a few mid and high clouds driving through. not expecting too many for today. and by the afternoon more sunshine. 51 degrees currently. a west breeze at five to 10 miles per hour. the wind helped to keep
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bit overnight. now, our friends down in racine a handful of delaware cooler. 49 degrees there. a lot of sunshine in that direction. that west-southwest breeze below 10 miles per hour. and the cloud cover right now, you can pick that up a little bit on the doppler 12 radar network. the mid and high level clouds to the southeast. with us this morning and then by the afternoon expecting more in the way of sunshine. the west to southeast breeze is wrapping around re pressure. a lot of quiet weather today and through monday. the next chance of rain comes in on election day. we will talk more about that in a second. first less get you set for your saturday with a mix of sun and clouds. mild, we're to used to this, above-average temperatures, the high is 51 degrees. and low to mid-60's for today. and a light breeze around. trying to get yardwork down, you don't have to worry about the leaving blowing into the
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you can have time to get the leaves raked up today. by tuesday they might get damp. a cold front slides through here monday night into tuesday. the threat of hours for election day is during the morning. we will fine-tune that closer. it doesn't look like an all-day rain. and the showers fairly light. the forecast this weekend, mid 60's and carry it over one more day into the start of the workweek on monday. of showers in the forecast. by wednesday, pretty tranquil dale, and a cold front will swing through here, and chilly by next saturday, the highs the 40's to around 50 degrees. and nighttime lows into the 30's. thema: thank you, jeremy. you are invited to simp and sabar dishes from the area's next restaurants. and our next guest is going to
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putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. 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.
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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, wisn 12 news right now, 8:23.
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for a world series wager. one couple decided to name their newborn son based on the outcome of game seven. ryan and katie live in indianapolis. but bryson a huge cubs fan. so when they found out they were expecting a baby earlier this year, katie present said her husband with the bet. >> so she said ok, how about this, if, if the cubs in the world series he b she oliver. >> well, the couple had their third child, a boy on halloween. you know the outcome of the game. so baby-big -- wrigley is happy and at home in cubs gear. this morning we are looking ahead to the savor milwaukee festival. it begins. there are food and drink
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the good things that are happening out there. good morning. >> good morning. how are you. >> thanks for being here. >> an opportunity to sample beer, well, food, these are good things. >> yes, everything is good. >> tell us about the event. >> things get underway from 11:00 today until 5:00. and 12:00 to 4:00 tomorrow. we have a lot of great food. we top 30 restaurants in milwaukee to sample food from a variety of different stations. there we have over 40 wineries, craft beer and distrillries. >> people can get a test of milwaukee. >> all that you can heat and drink. wisconsin style.
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one building. >> about sampling and taking in everything milwaukee has. what you're not going to see here is a lot of chain restaurants. they are local businesses, from high end to median and low end businesses. so sample milwaukee. >> thank you. >> thank you. your time this morning we appreciate it. >> thank you very much. >> you can find out more information about savor milwaukee on the free city of festivals app. well, wisn 12 news time now, 8:26. local malls are gearing up for the holiday season.
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when i was one year old, i was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer on my spinal chord. 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.
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thema: good morning, everyone. welcome to wisn 12 news this morning this morning. it is coming up on 8:30 on this saturday morning. thanks for starting the weekend with us. we will get things under way checking your weather forecast. and meteorologist jeremy nelson is in the weather center and keeping an eye on the sunshine today. jeremy: easy to keep our eye on this.
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and you want to sunglasses before leaving home this morning. maybe a sweatshirt and an extra layer. our temperatures vary across the area. in milwaukee, in the historic third ward, a lot of sunshine, 51 degrees there. winds five to 10 miles per hour. and inland it is cooler. upper 30's and hanging on in watertownler and waukesha. and the 4's in west bend. and then racine and kenosha and pleasant prairie. and the forecast from this morning into the afternoon. a mix of sun and clouds early. mostly sunny this afternoon. the highs will jump to the middle 60's. and we will talk about sunday's forecast and look at the next rain chance coming up. thema: thank you, jeremy. three days until election day. across wisconsin the presidential campaigns continue to rally voters. both parties are making the final peg this weekend.
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he plans to join paul ryan and senator ron johnson for an outdoor rally at fields park. the event is part of senator johnson's bus tour across the state. russ feingold with a one-point lead over johnson. hillary clinton's running mate, tim kaine will be in milwaukee tomorrow and visit the campaign office at m.l.k. and center street at 9:00 a.m. and also visit green bay and lacrosse. hillary clinton the april primary. this weekend she is focusing on the ballet ground state of ohio. last night beyonce and jay z headlined a concert in cleveland for the democratic candidate. and donald trump says that he doesn't need celebrity support to get him elected. he has campaigned in wisconsin several times since the april primary and he plans to be back here tomorrow. the rally he's having is planned at state fair park in west allis
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3:00 p.m. the republican presidential nominee was in eau claire on tuesday. if you live in milwaukee it is not too late to vote early. from noon until 5:00 p.m. today you can vote early at the municipal building at mid town center or the library. and bring a government-issued photo i.d. with you. in many municipalities early voted ended yesterday. now, if you plan to vote on election day, the polls will be open tuesday from 7:00 until 8:00 p.m. and wisn is teaming up with abc to bring you big story coverage on tuesday. well, a bomb squad is still investigating a bizarre atimid bank robbery yesterday in kenosha. a suspect walked into johnston bank at the gledge wood shopping center demanding a million dollars and claiming to have a bomb.
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to take off most of his clothes and come outside. he was arrested. the suspected explosive device was blown up three times to make sure it was safe. we are learning more about the man accused of killing four people in a wrong way suspected drunk driving crash on i-94. our affiliate in mad subject reports that wills had prior drunk missouri about 2003 and 2004, and drug violations in florida in 2004 and 2006. troopers tried to pull wills over near deerfield. but he made a u-turn and slammed into two cars. in one vehicle four coworkers home from a rescuing event in
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waterloo. and their driver brian from whitefish bay is in the hospital with life-threatening injuries. a 23-year-old man from illinois was in the third car and also died. and wills, his injuries are also life-threatening. wisn 12 news time right now, 8:34. right now, dozens of local veterans are on a trip to washington, d.c. it is the final stars and stripes honor flight of the year. this is video from a trip earlier this year. korean war veterans are trying. they will visit memorials at the nation's capital built in their honor. then they will fly back to milwaukee later tonight for a heroes reception at mitchell international airport. you are the strided to welcome them home. the flight is expected to be back around 8:30. later today, thousands of veterans will be in downtown milwaukee, the annual veteran's day parade steps off at 11:00 this morning and ends at the war memorial.
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wells street. so a heads up for anyone play planning to drive downtown today. and if you ride the bus, you might want to give yourself extra time. the milwaukee running fest is kicking off later today. and the marathon tomorrow at 7:00. many streets will be shutdown. you can expect county-wide delays. access will be limited for residents, businesses and even churches along the route that you see here. into the afternoon. well, the badgers face northeastern later today and you can watch that game right here on wisn 12 news. our coverage begins with a special big 12 sports saturday pregame at 10:30. we will be live from evanston. that is followed by kickoff at 11:00 a.m. and then big 12 sports saturday for postgame reports. that's all only on wisn 12 news.
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become a holiday must have. the 2016 cookie book gave away is this morning at 9:00 at miller park. that's where we find van mcneil. good morning. van. reporter: good morning. thema. this is a traditional 80-plus years. cathy what a morning. i cannot believe the people here. >> there is a huge line of people, some here 6:30 this morning. it is about to begin. w right here. >> stay i can't make it to miller park today, there are other opportunities, right? you can go to the website and download the book from our website. we have other distribution events going on across our service territory, besides today. but today is the excitement. >> and knockout the family picture with ms. claus. hi. >> this to be here. >> nice see you again. so we're ready to go.
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from the holiday. >> we are ready. santa is finishing up the toys. >> you come out here and play. >> i get the ton stuff. >> taking pictures today. and your friends here. >> dasher and rudolph is making a special appearance this year. >> my goodness, the reindeer are here as well. john phillips. how are you doing, john. >> this is rudolph. >> yes. this is rudolph right here, a 3-year-old male, and excited this morni. >> ready to get the season started. >> where is the red nose. >> the is only right around christmas. >> so rudolph. and who is this? >> holly. >> hi, holly. these are beautiful animals. >> they are beautiful animals. >> we are taking pictures. >> yes. a couple of elves with the rain dear this morning. a huge turnout like last year. >> miller park is the place, 9:00 a.m. until 1:00.
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www.wisn.com. van mcneil and the 2016 energy cookie book. we are live at miller park. wisn 12 news this morning. thema: a lot of preholiday excitement out there. the reindeers are amazing. how many points on there. >> how many points. >> the changes everywhere. >> there are a lot. 10. >> all right. thank you. it is looking great out there. >> time 8:38. and brewing a better the experts sharing their advice in milwaukee today. plus. [music plays] >> a police officer mes his match. how his hobby is helping kids across the community.
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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: wisn 12 news time right now, 8:41. we are learning more about a deadly police shootout in new york city. it happened yesterday afternoon and police officers we're trying to capture a home invasion suspect. that is when police are saying a man opened fire. sergeant paul and september were both killed. a second office is in stable condition at the hospital. a 19-year veteran of the -- norse and the father of two children. this is after a deadly attack on two officers in iowa. both officers died after being shot in their patrol cars. the suspected gunman is in custody. yesterday people lined the streets of des moines to pay their respect to the officers. the officers funerals will be
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a police officer in washington state is using unconventional ways to build trust in his community. every week, officer craig skateboards with kids and teenagers at a local indoor skate park. and he also plays the trombone with students involved in the school program. hobbies are a great way to talk to tns he helped out reformed criminals. >> numerous times he took me to jail. and every single time. he would try to encourage me and tell me good things and uplift me. he was definitely made a difference in my life. >> the officer documents a lot of this interactions on instagram with 8,000 followers. well, this weekend is there is plenty of to do around the milwaukee area, including a free day at the zoo. today only the milwaukee zoo is
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the parking will cost you $12. the zoo is open from 9:00 until 4:30 this afternoon. it gets crowds the on family free day, so give yourself plenty of time. and later today, the late country antiques and art show, inside of the waukesha county expo center. admission is eight dollars. and children under the age of 18 get in for free. you can start your day off with milwaukee's other favorite brew. the fourth it kicks off at 10:00 this morning at riverside park. vendors the -- include -- admission will cost you $15. working on that perfect cup out there. everyone has an opinion when it comes to coffee. which is good, which is bad. >> i will not reveal my opinion. i will give my opinion on the weather today. >> we will take that from you. 8:44 on this saturday. the sun is out.
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we will be zooming into the 60's. people are continuing the golf season. we have not ended the growing season so with the extended warmth against the clubs out today. no frost delay. with sunshine by midday already around 60 degrees. a light southwest breeze at five to 10 and a mile afternoon will top out in the mid-60's. the golfing today, 5:38 with the time change tonight hitting the link mind an hour earlier sunset time at 4:37. and our sunrise and sunset, it was firey one this morning. but gorgeous in sheboygan. roger tweeted me this photo, thank you to him. and everyone who stopped by, a lot of great weekend photooes. i will try to include one or two in the blog. yesterday's blog, and focused on
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so if you're looking for that ability, two to three weeks in advance you can find me on social media or www.wisn.com. and the time change, our sunset time this evening, sunset time tomorrow morning, 6:23 and then the pre5:00 p.m. sunset time. the good news with the sun up hare the kids at the bus stop during the week,y have to worry about the dark mornings. cathedral square, beautiful sunshine there. and take the temperatures in the low 50's and warm them up quickly. a couple of clouds across the state. and a couple of clouds to the north. almost all locations today into the 60's. so pause this at 3:00 p.m. this afternoon. this will be close to the peak of daytime heating. maybe a little bit of lake late breeze will get going in
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washington. and low to mid-60's across the area. dipping into the 4's, and well above freezing across southeast wisconsin. as we go into sunday afternoon, 64 degrees here. looking ahead to the start of the workweek. monday it is a dry day, the showers off to the northwest and start advancing southeast, they arrive to -- there can be a couple of showers across southeastern wisconsin, here is your weather watch 12 week ahead. look that weekend forecast. hands down this is the best weather we see of any weekend during the month of november here in southern wisconsin after a couple of showers on election day, and sunday and thursday cool back slightly to the upper 50s. and then a stronger cold front on thursday, friday, and saturday and push our high from the upper 40's to 50 by next weekend. the average high is 51.
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use i am the champion ? ? and you're gonna hear me roar ? ? oh, louder ? ? and you're gonna hear me roar ? i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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news right now, 8:50. have you done your holiday deck raying or started. one home has arrived. we take you on a 8:50. sneak pek inside of the christmas -- fantasy house. dozens of local decorators working together to transform the home into the holiday wonderlands. the tours start today and organizers are saying it is the perfect time to get ideas for your home. >> we want people to come in and just look in a room and my gosh, it is so beautiful, but look at what they did on the buffet. i could do that in my house. you might not be able to do everything in the room. thema: now, this is a private home, so the address will not be revealed. but you are encouraged to meet at the park and ride and free shuttles will take you to the home. the tickets are $20 and proceeds
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house. the tours end on november 13th. and speaking of the holidays, santa claus is coming to town. a few of the things the opera has been working on in recent weeks. and jog talk about the performances is kelly. good morning. >> good morning. >> thanks for being here. we appreciate it. so some big national expos far the opera. >> yes. wonder for opportunities for our artist and residents being trained here. they performed at the national opera center in new york city this week.
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the original recordings a wonderful opportunity to showcase what we're doing in milwaukee. >> and to be in front of a big stage there and get the all out there. >> absolutely. a wonderful job. you can hear the singers. next week in milwaukee they will be doing their at the center series. an evening with gilbert and sullivan. wonderful selections from the british and opera duo. that is the favorites-- wonderful sings you can see here. a clip of our production from last year. it was so popular, we decided to do it again. tickets are going fast. it may sellout. get them soon. >> so get there early. all right. people singing in the crowd and everything. you know. >> we have our wonderful opera
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up on december 15th, 16th, and 17th. >> so looking for a gift for something for the holidays. this might be the one. >> a fantast opportunity to get out there and hear wonderful singing and start the season out right with wonderful holiday -- from traditional music from christmas to pop favorites like last year we did a selection from the grinch. >> oh, wow. thanks for your time this morning. we appreciate that. if you would performances at the opera, we have put a link with more information on our website, www.wisn.com. coming up on wisn 12 news this
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star in a hilarious hair raising adventure and trolls and dr. strange. >> dr. strange, you think you know how the were works. >> benedict is steven strange, a neurosurgeon who has a tragic accident and learns hidden dimensions and mystic hearts to save the world. he had to turn down the role, but marvel was willing to promise they invested in me is huge. they are never done it in their entire life as a studio. i was flattered and then i thought i have a lot of responsible and i have to live up to that promise. >> so many years. >> looking. for you. [music plays] >> how do you always look on the
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>> in trolls justin timberlake voices a grumpy troll who must help poppy save the community from hungry monsters they are joined with an all-star cast. >> there's a song on the sound track that i wrote that will be gwen stefani featuring me. i was looking for a song, this came up, i'm going to check that off the list. >> happiness is inside of al us. sometimes you need someone to help you find it. >> for entertainment tonight, i'm kevin frazier. back to you. >> sun is warming up slowly. >> in the 50's in milwaukee. look at the historic third ward, 53 degrees. not much wind. a great day to have fun outside or looking to yardwork, this is a great day with the lighter
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afternoon. >> are you offering to do yardwork for people? >> no, my own later today. announcer: "jack hanna's wild countdown" is sponsored by jack: hi, everyone, i'm jack hanna, coming to you from my base camp here at the columbus zoo, and welcome to "wild countdown." to find spectacular species, we usually head into the wild. esmond: jack, look what we found. jack: but today, we'll visit a city park that has rhinos and lions-- look at this. this is beautiful. a beach shared by people and penguins-- sue: the penguins look like they just want to start a conversation with you. jack: and a california highway where zebras are a common sight. steven: you can see the skid marks where people have actually slid to a stop

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