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[captioning made possible by wisn-tv] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit] >> now on wisn 12 news. >> our winter storm, finally heading out. >> a sheriff's deputy hit, a snow plow driver forced to crash. >> the trouble on the roads and the race to clean up before more snow arrives. >> why plow drivers in waukesha county are calling it quits for the night even as snow keeps falling. >> and, milwaukee's winter parking rules now in effect. >> what you need to know to make sure you do not get ticketed. >> plus dive teams called out for a person on the ice, how they also rescued a feathered friend. >> and our other big story, packers quarterback aaron rodgers, the injury that had him out of the game early. patrick: these are live pictures, the snow is over, but the cleanup is not.
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out fresh drivers within the hour to help get the job done before you head to work tomorrow. this was a long snow fall, with some impressive totals. sheldon: we're already looking ahead to some serious cold that could make matters worse. our team is live to get you prepared for the week ahead. we begin with chief meteorologist mark baden. mark: that snow thankfully finally is over. we may get a couple of flurries and light snow sho i the accumulating snow has come to an end. it is nice to see very little after we had over 24 hours worth of snow. it is not the snow that works well for building a snowman. you are not going to be able to build a snowman out of this one. we have had this around for a wild. these are the flurries and snow showers i was talking about. they will come through around
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again, just kind of reinforcing what we have had. now the focus will turn to the bitter cold. i will time this out and also timeout the possibility of more snow coming out on weatherwatch 12. patrick: we're expecting very cold temperatures in the next few days. you can track weather conditions anytime with our fee mobile app. there you'll find any weather-related clos, sheldon: here is a live look at the interstate tonight. you can see the roads are wet and in some spots snow covered. there have been been several crashes. milwaukee county reports 40 wrecks, three with injuries and 42 disabled vehicles. and in waukesha county, 13 crashes, one more with injuries and 38 cars in ditches. deputies are urging drivers to slow down in these conditions.
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where you can park. 12 news terry sater joins us live from milwaukee's east side. reporter: the snow clearing parking ballet started several hours ago. the 4 inch parking rule is in effect. and in less than an hour the alternate side parking rule goes into effect. that means because it's december 11 you need to park on the odd numbered side of the street. josh hart and nancy davis parked their suv on the side of a milwaukee street where the 4-inch snow rule now rules. so they have to move it. >> try to get my vehicle moved before i get another ticket. >> usually we try to stay ahead of it. that's why we came out now. reporter: the parking ballet will be on display for several hours. drivers have to make sure they don't move their car from one restricted street to another with a different snow regulation. posted street signs win. >> if there's a december 1 to
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not park on that side of street where it's posted. reporter: oh and don't forget about the sidewalks. once the snow stops. you have 24 hours to clear sidewalks. kristina taylor says she spent the afternoon playing with her kids in the snow. now snow becomes work. >> my husband's watching the packers game. i'm out shoveling. but that's ok. that's alright. i don't have a problem with that. reporter: she is a great wife. so again, the 4 inche effect. because it is december 11, you need to park on the odd side of the street tonight so plows can get through. tomorrow you'll need to park on the even side of the street. that's from 11:00 p.m. until 6:00 in the morning. patrick: a salt truck in milwaukee slammed into a pole. dpw says another car ran a red light at 20th and highland overnight, causing the salt truck driver to hit the pole. no one was hurt.
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the snow storm has been challenging for road crews. wisn 12 news nick bohr is live in waukesha county where the plow drivers have called it a night. reporter: they have. they have been working so long today. we are here at blue mountain and barker. you can see there is still some snow on the road here. mostly just kind of wet and sloppy. ther those drivers knocked off a 8:00. they will be back here at 3:00 a.m. so that we can make it in tomorrow morning as safely as possible. the snowfall was never particularly heavy but spread out over nearly 24 hours it did add up.
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back again. reporter: doug piontek's been plowing the soerens' ford lot in brookfield for 3 decades. >> it is a lot lighter. not the wet stuff that sticks to the blade and just rolls. not too bad. reporter: he's not alone. the more than sixty drivers for the waukesha county highway department have been challenged by the all-day snow. how has the statement forou >> -- on reporter: some consolation for the constant clearing efforts including frequent trips to re-load their salt supplies back at the highway department in waukesha. >> it has been light but constant. we are constantly putting something down to make the roads safe. we use a lot of material.
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areas that have cool off risk-free pleasing -- have been cleared off risk re-freezing. reporting live in brookfield, nick bohr. sheldon: the slick conditions are partly to blame for a milwaukee county sheriff's deputy getting hit on the interstate. the deputy was helping a driver, in a ditch, near i-41 and hampton this morning when another driver slammed into him. the deputy had his emergency he went to the hospital, but will be ok. the driver who hit the squad got a ticket for driving too fast for conditions. lots of packers fans are heading back into town tonight. they're celebrating a win, and so far, a snow free ride on i-43. this video was taken within the hour by 12 sports stephen watson, while his photographer was driving. now to the packers game. quarterback aaron rodgers left early, nursing an injury.
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needles is here. dan, even that injury couldn't keep the packers from earning a crucial victory. dan: and their playoff hopes are very much alive. it is actually very simple for the packers, beat the bears, vikings and lions the next 3 weeks, and have detroit lose one other game, and green bay wins the nfc north division title. they took a huge step with today's win over the seahawks. and it was more than just a win, as green bay pounded one of the top teams in the nfl third play from scrimmage, aaron rodgers to davante adams opening score. that is one of three td passes by rodgers although he hurt his right calf on the play. former badger russell wilson had a miserable day for the seahawks. wilson was intercepted 5 times, that is a career high. damarious randall had two of the picks. the packers win 38-to-10 and as 12 sports stephen watson reports, the focus now turns to the latest injury for aaron rodgers.
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step to turn it into a reality. the quarterback's future health is in question. it is the opposite camp from 2014 as rogers dodged specifics quickly after the injury. >> i'm here to talk about the win. we won three in a row. reporter: mike mccarthy been cited to bench rodgers early in the fourth. >> i did w reporter: even with a hobbled rodgers, they have outscored their opponent in a three-game winning streak. in that span, rodgers has completed 74% of his passes, has thrown zero interceptions, and has a quarterback rating over 125. >> i think his distribution of the football and it just kept this in favor with distances. i think he played excellently.
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stat of all, he has not lost a game here in lambeau field in december in the last eight years. dan: later in sports, the other quarterback injury that could affect the race for the nfc north division title. patrick: this is a live look at the roads. more than 24 hours after it began the snow is finally over. mark: there is another round of snow looming. sheldon: also ahead, someone put their life in danger on a local lake. all to save a wild animal. the warning tonight from rescuers. patrick: plus, the deadline for wisconsin's presidential vote recount is now just hours away. we'll tell you how far along the
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sheldon: a live look at the roads right now. we have a crew driving on the freeway. there are still some slick top -- slick spot. racine county officials just called us back, they had 19 crashes on the roads and 34 if you are out and about tonight, be careful. patrick: you probably didn't do this, while clearing the snow from your driveway. this is video of david stang of burlington, riding his new hoverboard while he shoveled this morning. his dad tells 12 news this was the first time he tried this. >> got up this morning and decided it was a good day to go sledding. sheldon: quite a few people shared this man's idea. this is video from lafayette
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of sleds and toboggans raced down the hill today. a lot of people having fun today, but of course, the winter weather can also cause a lot of problems. patrick: and this is one of them. a water main break near 70th and oklahoma. you can see plenty of water bubbling up on the street, and running down the road. we could see more scenes like this in the coming days as temperatures get even colder. the snow is also impacting air travel. these are pictures from detroit, where a plane arriving from buffalo slid off the runway and onto the grass. no one was hurt. flights were canceled at o'hare airport. that included several flights between chicago and milwaukee. sheldon: and take a look at this mess, near lake tahoe. a pair of blizzards and a big rainstorm led to serious flooding. these buildings look like they're standing in the middle of a river. people in the area say they haven't seen this kind of flooding in decades. back here at home. autopsies are scheduled for two
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milwaukee this weekend. their deaths were reported yesterday just six hours apart. a 3-month-old girl died near 33rd and garfield. and a 5-week-old girl died near 51st and north. the autopsies will determine how each child died. a woman is under arrest after a deadly stabbing in milwaukee. police responded to 35th and villard, around 9:00 last night. the victim is 44-years-old. officials haven't released his name yet and there's no word what led to the stabbing. patrick: wisconsin's presidential election ballots is now less than 24 hours away. at last word, 95% of the votes had been recounted. nearly 2,827,000 ballots. the recount has to be finished by 8:00 tomorrow night. the wisconsin elections commission says it expects the recount to be wrapped up on time. president-elect donald trump and vice-president elect mike pence will be in the milwaukee-area on tuesday. they'll hold a rally at state fair park, as part of their thank you tour of battleground states that supported them in
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the rally is set to begin at 7:00 p.m. tonight on upfront, mike gousha asks a prominent supporter just how trump flipped wisconsin. >> senate majority leader scott fitzgerald was one of the first prominent republicans to get on board the trump train. tonight, fitzgerald on what drove trump's win here, and is he interested in a job in trump's administration. plus, madison's reputation as a sanctuary city. the police chief responds, and why he says they are not changing policy. and, rethinking corrections. new idear keep more released inmates from going back to prison. it's all coming up tonight at 11:00, right here on upfront. sheldon: as the snow fell, our newsroom was flooded with pictures from many of you. here are just a few. this one comes to us from new berlin. snowy roads out there. people having fun in the snow and other parts of our area. if you have any weather pictures, you can send them to
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media. just remember to use the hashtag, #wisn12. when you are out and about taking those pictures, be sure to stay off the ice. it's the message from fire fighters in dousman after an ice rescue, today. they posted these pictures on facebook, after responding to lower genesee lake. witnesses say they saw someone walk out onto the ice to try to save an injured goose. they saw the person go through the ice, but that person was able to get out. crews gearp equipment to get the goose. the bird was taken to a local wildlife center. no one was hurt. and a sweeper, pushed more than snow, at today's nfl game in buffalo. when the tractors hit the field at halftime, they accidentally scraped up the rubber pellets that cushion the artificial turf. you can see the black pellets littering the field. crews used leaf blowers and
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before the game could continue. closer to home here, the snow wasn't overly heavy. it really did add up. mark: it really did. it lasted about 28 hours. that was not continuous. here's the time-outs starting at 6:00 a.m. people were out and about enjoying themselves out of ca they got onto santa's mailbox. if you haven't done to that mailbox, you need to sin. that letter has to get all the way up to santa. they have a snowman, now it all covered up in fresh snow. i love how does covers everything. most of the snow coming straight
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when they look at that snowflake. every zeal snowflake is unique. how much did we get? there are a couple totals that may end up just a slight over eight inches. most areas around five to eight inches. we will not get unofficial total until tomorrow. waukechon at six inches. sheboygan also at 5.5 inches. to milwaukee we go. this is a neat shot from discovery world over the art museum. we did have a good amount of snow coming down from the ceiling. then it finally got out of here. it doesn't mean we are completely done.
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spots out there. even though it might look just wet, there can the icy spots in there. take it easy on the roads into tomorrow. let the crews get out there do the job. everything will be cleared up by the morning. highways, use some caution. sidestreets and driveways, if you have not cleared them, they will be slippery. by will be ok. there are scattered flurries and a few snow showers. we may get another coating before the night is done. we picked up a couple tenths of inches of snow. not like what we had earlier, but this will hold together for the most part. if you have your car outside a new already brushed it off, you might have to brush off a little
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quieting down. we will see a little sun breaking through from time to time. as cold air moves in, we could get a quick hit us and snow showers tomorrow. should not be too big of a deal. that is the beginning of the real cold. it is going to be seriously cold around here. temperatures right now not too bad, hanging around 30 degrees. bismarck, north dakota, you are 10 des it will come in during the day on tuesday. that will feel like hang when weather out there. the possibility of seeing more snow as we head into friday and saturday. way too early to be putting any kind of numbers on this. that is deceptive. that will be earlier in the day. temperatures will fall.
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degrees on thursday. temperatures going below zero degrees. temperatures warming back up on saturday to 34 degrees. then it gets cool again as we head into sunday. high temperatures of 20 degrees. winter will hang on here for a while. the snow six around all the way to christmas. -- sticks around only to christmas. patrick: it looks like the packers midseason slump is over. just ahead, more reaction from lambeau field, after today's big win. sheldon: plus, a child not breathing. his frantic mother, looking for help. and the first responder who just happened to be in the right
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>> big 12 sports. dan: after losing 3 straight games to the seahawks, the packers decided they were tired of being bullied by seattle. green bay has now outscored the seahawks 65-to-27 in winning 2
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the absence of seattle all-pro safety earl thomas proved to be a major factor today on the third play from scrimmage, aaron rodgers tossed a perfect pass to davante adams, who took it the rest of the way for a 66 yard touchdown, the longest scoring play from scrimmage this season for green bay. rodgers hurt his right calf on the play, and was limping noticeably the rest of the game, but it did not slow him down. ty montgomery ran extremely hard out of the backfield, 41 yards rushing, 45 yards receiving he delivered a strong stiff arm there, and later plowed in from one yard out for his first nfl rushing touchdown. rodgers and jordy nelson hooked up for a pair of td's, that's 57 for the duo tying the packers record set by brett favre and antonio freeman. any chance of a comeback by the seahawks was negated by turnovers, 6 of them on the day late in the first half, doug baldwin was wide open, but damarious randall swooped in for the goal line interception. in the third quarter, seatle again in position to score but wilson's pass bounced off ladarious gunter, right into the hands of quinten rollins 5 interceptions for wilson, that
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rodgers sat out most of the 4th quarter, but the packers kept scoring, the reverse to jeff janis, who takes it 19 yards for another touchdown, and green bay wins their third in a row, 38-to-10 over seattle. >> it is made. that is what we need. the games we have one, it is because we came out firing. it may not be the first drive, but it is just that intensity. we did it against game obviously. >> it makes a difference. we are scoring points. that is how it all works together. dan: coming up in our next half hour, how the packers defense made russell wilson's return to wisconsin a nightmare. plus, the other quarterback injury that could be a factor in the nfc north division race.
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the other story this weekend is the snow. patrick: our coverage continues with the effort to clear the snow. and a look ahead to the bitter cold heading our way. >> if i'm having a bad day, i can forget about it. sheldon: and a first job with a lot more meaning than most. only on wisn 12, how this teen
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>> now on wisn 12 news. sheldon: department of transportation cameras. this is what it looks like at i-94 and elm grove wrote. the roads have been cleared. they look a little slick. crews have been out salting and plowing the freeway to keep the roads clear. but clearing city streets can be more challenging for road crews. patrick: as 12 news terry sater shows us, drivers need to pay attention where they park. reporter: it's very important that you look at the signs on the street where you're thinking about parking.
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street as a four-inch parking rule street. that means none of the cars that are parked here should be here right now. from the sidewalks to the streets it's time to move the snow and for nancy davis and josh hart it's time to move the suv. they're parked in a four-inch rule zone. >> it's getting to that point. so probably time to take action. >> to make our operations effective, and efficient, people need to follow the parking regulations. what that means is, first and foremost, you need to follow the signs that are posted. reporter: joe hanna decided to move his car before the sun set, -- the sunset. >> i've got this pretty small honda civic here. so i can't get out unless i shovel the snow out of the way. reporter: there are various rules which can be in effect from street to street. so make sure you look at those signs. they're all designed to make sure the city can plow both sides of the street. in milwaukee, terry sater, wisn 12 news.
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brookfield, where the snow finally stopped falling at 8:00 after a pretty constant snowfall for about 24 hours. we want to see how it has piled up here on this car that has been parked all day long. it is about seven inches of snow. the plows have been out all day long, with most of the drivers starting around 4:00 when the a.m. snow really started accumulating. they first hit the main streets, saving the side streets for later in the day. but, the plows had to return to th again because the snow, while it was not have a was nearly , -- heavy, it was nearly constant. we checked in at the waukesha county highway department, where even as late as 7:00 tonight were still filling up their trucks with tons of salt. because there's a limit to how many hours they can be behind the wheel, they had to stop at 8:00 tonight after 16 hours on the roads. the plan is for those drivers to
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all of us can get back into work tomorrow morning. all of that work is not going to be in it by tomorrow morning. certainly plan to give yourself extra time as you head out tomorrow. reporting in brookfield, nick bohr, wisn 12 news. patrick: and the winter weather is just getting started. sheldon: chief meteorologist mark baden joins us from the weather center with a look at the forecast. mark: it will be a wintry week here. all of the road crews that have been working diligently. i think they do an amazing job here in wisconsin in keeping host of the roads clear. i noticed crews are going to want to move all of that snow out of the way before this moves in, because you do not want to become one big chunk of ice before you have another round of snow. it looks like it will be moving in as we head into friday and saturday. a lot of questions on that.
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is done. i cannot say we will be completely dry as we had throughout the night. maybe enough to bring a quarter of an inch of snow in a few spots, especially into our northern counties. this will rotate through as we had through the night. it will be a lot warmer tomorrow that it is for the rest of this forecast, at least for the next four days after that. night bringing a few snow showers. temperatures will be lucky to get to double digits for our highs. do not be surprised if you there are first wind-chill advisory's. >> snow will impact trash pickup in the city of milwaukee this week. it may take extra time for crews to get your garbage bins. the patient through all of this.
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these shovel around your garbage bin so crews can get to them. patrick: donald trump is facing new questions about russia. also, questions tonight about intelligence reports blaming the country for interferring with -- interfering with the presidential election, and the president-elect's likely pick for the nation's top diplomat. here's abc's mary bruce in washington. >> i think it's ridiculous. i think it's just another excuse. i don't believe it. i don't know why? reporter: donald trump once again taking aim at the u.s. intelligence community. th the cia has found russia interfered with the u.s. election to help trump win. for months trump has shrugged off russia's involvement, despite past intelligence reports. >> i think the democrats are putting it out. reporter: trump also says he doesn't need daily intelligence briefings. >> i get it when i needed. i don't have to be told -- you know, i'm, like, a smart person. reporter: russia is likely to
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for secretary of state. rex tillerson is the exxon mobil ceo with business ties with putin's regime. in this 2013 video you see him shaking hands with putin as he receives the order of friendship award. >> we shouldn't be embarrassed by it, it's something that i think could be a huge advantage to the united states. reporter: but lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are skeptical. senator john mccain on cnn. >> i have obviously concerns of reports of his relationship with vladimir putin who is a thug and a murderer. >> goldman, generals and gazillionaires. reporter: and tillerson's likely deputy secretary is also raising some eyebrows john bolton a former state department official and un ambassador, is known for being extremely hawkish. >> he's still a big cheerleader for the iraq war. if he were to be the assistant or the undersecretary for tillotson, i am an automatic no on bolton. reporter: mary bruce, abc news, washington. patrick: donald trump will be in
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pence will hold a rally at state fair park on tuesday. it's part of their thank you tour of battleground states that supported them in november. the rally is scheduled to begin at 7:00 p.m. sheldon: investigators in nigeria are looking into a roof collapse that killed 160 people during church service. officials say the church was still under construction, when worshipers gathered for a ceremony yesterday. hundreds of people were inside when metal girders crashed and the iron roof caved in. worshippers say construction of the church was rushed. in cairo, egypt, 25 people are dead after someone bombed a church. officials say that person threw the bomb over a wall and into the complex. so far, no one is claiming responsibility for the attack. egypt's president is declaring 3 days of mourning and has vowed to hunt down the bomber. we're learning more details about how astronaut john glenn will be honored and remembered. tomorrow, the ohio state university board will vote on plans to hold a memorial service for glenn along with a public
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glenn will later be buried at arlington national cemetary. glenn died last week at the age of 95. he was the first american to orbit the earth. he later served as a senator, representing ohio for 24 years. patrick: tonight only on 12 news, a local teenager whose job means so much more than a paycheck. 12 news kathy mykleby takes us to grafton where we see how chocolate and cancer are taking on new meaning. reporter: it's crunch time with the music on high and the chocolate brimming. from cracking out candy to careening apples through scrumptious caramel, suite trio in grafton is marking its 10th and busiest christmas. >> isn't that amazing? reporter: this year there is something even bigger to celebrate. at age 15, olivia appreciates being here even more than most
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three years ago what was first thought to be the flu was so much worse. >> they did a bone marrow test, and diagnosed me with leukemia. reporter: i can't imagine thinking about that when you're 12 years old. >> it was a hard thing to process. reporter: crushing, scary news for a close knit family that did everything they could to keep her spirits up. >> it was things to get my mind off of i sickness. reporter: the community embraced olivia's family. >> she would come in every day that she had her chemo treatment. she was the sweetest thing. >> my mom was a big part of it because she told me every time i wanted to give up that i would get through it. reporter: you are really a testament to being a tough kid with a sweet tooth. >> yea.
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olivia from packers quarterback aaron rodger's 12 days of christmas campaign a couple years ago. do you like having the spotlight on you? >> it is worth it because i can have awareness for childhood cancer and make a difference and other people's lives. reporter: after two and half years olivia got good news and the go ahead to get an after school job she called on a familiar place. >> i had s application. and the 3 of us looked at each other and said she's hired. reporter: when olivia agrees to tell her personal story, she wanted to make sure the other kid on the to get some attention to. from the start the owner here has wanted to give kids positive first job experiences. >> olivia is the best chocolates trimmer we have. reporter: olivia is a mission to
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here helps. >> we have a lot of fun here. reporter: with promising tests results she is in a good place. >> i go in once a month and they take blood to see of my accounts are regular, and they have been for the past couple of months. reporter: as she diligently trims away and quietly takes in her first christmas in remission. kathy mykleby, wisn 12 news, grafton. patrick: a baby is saved, and it's caught on video. sheldon: up next, the deputy who jumped into action and the reason he was the ideal person to be on the scene. patrick: and it's about to arrive in theaters with full force. we'll take you to the hollywood premiere of the new star wars
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patrick: now to a perfect example of being in the right place at the right time. sheldon: a mother in tampa bay, florida is counting her blessings after a very close call that was caught on camera. this all played out at the local dmv. shakira nelson, frantically searched for help, after her 15-month old son cory stopped breathing. surveillance video shows deputy steve donaldson jumping into action laying cory on the ground and giving him cpr. >> the overwhelming responsibility of this job is never understood until you have a baby like corey in your arms and he's not breathing. >> i look at the video now and i say thank god for deputy donaldson because without him my baby wouldn't be here. sheldon: by the time paramedics arrived, cory was breathing again. the deputy had just finished a cpr refresher course, and happened to be filling in for
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patrick: the force is strong in hollywood this weekend. you're looking at the world premiere for rogue one, a star wars story in los angeles last night. several of the movie's stars came out for the big red carpet event. rogue one opens in theaters nationwide, this coming friday, december 16. sheldon: coming up in sports, one former badger had to be ca season could be over. patrick: while another former badger picked lambeau field as the site of the worst game on his nfl career. dan needles and stephanie sutton have team coverage of the packers big win next in big 12 sports. sheldon: but first, here are tonight's winning lottery
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>> big 12 sports very -- big 12 sports. dan: for packers fans, nothing will ever make up for the fail mary loss in seattle or the 2014 nfc championship game loss in seattle. however, as 12 sports stephanie sutton reports, the packers dominating, 38-to-10 win today at lambeau field was former badger russell wilson's worst nightmare. stephanie: what a game for the packers defense as they pressure on russell wilson and the seahawks here at lambeau yield, taking the ball away six times. five of those were interceptions. >> if you get a take away like that, that is always a bonus. you know they're going to do good things with the ball. >> i don't think about how many turnovers we had. we try to win each and every
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for the first time this season they seemed to -- the ball seem to bounce the packers way. >> you see things bouncing their way, why are we getting that? , today we got it. >> but they begun up there with the right attitude. the results of the game reflects that. >> the competitive nature comes out in everyone. we have a crazy history with seattle. it was a great win. reporter: datone jones also says he knew things were going green bay's way when the play is wrist singing rollout the barrel along with the hands in the stand. they would like to keep this momentum rolling into next sunday's game at boulder field. from lambeau field, stephanie sutton, of the wise and 12 sports. dan: after playing at chicago next week, the packers host the
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years day game that could decide the division title. the lions have come from behind in the 4th quarter in 8 of their 9 wins this season, they did it again today matthew stafford dug a hole by throwing this pick 6 to crevon leblanc of the bears in the 4th quarter. stafford made up for that with this touchdown run with a little more than 3 minutes remaining, giving the lions a 20-to-17 win. however, stafford reportedly has a torn ligament in the middle finger on his throwing hand. the vikings had lost 6 of their last 7, heading into jacksonville today and while they struggled, minnesota was able to pull out a 25-16 win, sealed by this shport touchdown pass from sam bradford to kyle rudolph. green bay hosts minnesota on christmas eve. the lions lead the vikings and packers by 2 games, but detroit still has games against the giants and cowboys before closing the season at home against green bay so the division title is still very
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former kenosha bradford and wisconsin badgers star melvin gordon was just 3 yards away from his first 1,000 yard rushing season with the chargers today, when he was hurt diving for a fumble. gordon was carted off with a hip injury he has an mri scheduled for tomorrow, but a source close to melvin told 12 sports stephen watson that gordon is in good spirits, and is hopeful he will return this season, the panthers beat the chargers 28-to-16. the dolphins are right in the middle of the afc wild card race, but they suffered a cruel overtime win over the cardinals. miami quarterback ryan tannehill was hit right in the knee by calais campbell the result, a torn acl, ending tannehill's season. a snow covered field in buffalo could not slow down steelers running back leveon bell today. bell rushed for a pittsburgh record 236 yards, and finished with 298 total yards, more than the entire buffalo offense.
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this perfectly encapsulates the cleveland browns season their mascot brownie the elf attempted to scoop up a loose ball, and, down goes frazier. unable to recover the fumble. the bengals beat the browns 23-to-10 today, cleveland drops to 0-and-13, and have to beat the bills, chargers or steelers to avoid becomming the second team in nfl history to finish 0-and-16. the bucks are off until tuesday, when they play the raptors in toronto. milwaukee has lost 3 of their last 4 games, including last night to the wizards, to fall back to the .500 mark. and, one day after the badger men beat marquette at the bradley center, the golden eagles turned the tables, beating the badger women at the kohl center. wisconsin led after 3 quarters, but allaziah blockton and the golden eagles took control in the final quarter, blockton
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they get the bragging rights.
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mark: still a few snow showers rotating through central wisconsin right now. that will push through with they've used -- with a few flurries and snow showers. >> thank you for staying up with
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