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>> emergency crews are on the scene of the fire on milwaukee's south side. andy? reporter: it is an active scene here at clement and idaho here in the bay view area. we are stepping aside so you can see the firefighters working hard. everything is a challenge in the colder temperatures. the fire started on the second level and you are seeing the flash lights through the window roof. we have seen the flames kicking back up here. this was called in around 4:30. a number of agencies responding. the challenge is the proximity of the homes nearby and the favorites are working hard to make sure this fire stays out. for now live in the bay view area "wisn 12 news this
now to weatherwatch 12. >> yes, we are wondering what the day holds. let's start with the forecast. meteorologist sally severson is in the weather center. sally: deepest of the cold is diving in tonight. the early morning temperatures showing up in the teens inland. 19 at beaver dam. we are looking at the temperatures in the 20s along the lake. for the most part in the 20s for much of the becoming breezy and seeing a few gusts out of the west. the deepest of the cold is coming in tonight and the flurries with a cold front. ben, we take a look at highs that are in the low teens, lows single digits for tomorrow night. >> thank you, sal. >> new from overnight, a wrong-way driver allegedly hits a snow plow on the interstate. it happened around 2:00 this morning on eastbound i-43 just east of 60th street in greenfield.
was taken to the hospital. it appears that the plow was part of milwaukee county's cleanup operation. adrienne: the snow caused some other crashes over the weekend. a salt truck in milwaukee slammed into a pole yesterday. dpw says another car ran a red light at 20th and highland. making a salt truck driver hit a pole. no one was hurt. >> now to a lye look live look at the roads. freeways a far. the side streets and some of the rain roads through milwaukee, wauwatosa in a little worse shape. we look at the drive times, everything is in the green. the clean up from the snowstorm could be lasting days. tim elliott is on the east side and following the latest conditions. tim, what are you seeing?
streets is continuing here in milwaukee on the southeast side. this is oakland avenue. you are seeing it is wet this morning. kind of slushy too. it is looking okay. if you come here, issues right here. lots of slush on the road. plenty of snow too. parking the cars in right there. the side streets are done later the crews always start with the main roads. at one point yesterday t dpw has 300 pieces of equipment on the job. some of the uses out all night. it could take 24 hours to plow all of the streets. plan on a little extra time this
sidewalks here. this is oakland avenue. this apartment manager on point yesterday. very clear sidewalks. good job apartment manager. if you have snow in front of your home, shovel your sidewalk so the walk is easier. >> big thanks to the apartment managers and the dpw milwaukee's four inch parking rule is in effect. you have to park on the odd or the even side of the street depending on the date and pay close attention to the parking signs along the street. for the sidewalks, you have 24 hours to clear them after the snow stops.
crews geared up in special equipment to get the goose and took the bird to a local wildlife center. ben: wisn 12 news time is 5:35. looking ahead now, today is the deadline for wisconsin's recount. it must be finished by 8:00 p.m. the wisconsin elections commission expects to finish on time. on friday, the last update, the recount was 95 percent complete. more than 2.8 million votes have been recounted. the federal deadline is tomorrow. adrienne: later today, a waukesha teenager will be in court as part of the high-profile slenderman case. morgan geyser and anissa weier are accused of stabbing their friend and nearly killing her. geyser will be in court today for a hearing. both girls pleaded not guilty by reason of mental disease. the trials could begin next summer. ben: this morning, the green bay packers are celebrating a
reports from lambeau field quarterback aaron rodgers is now dealing with an injury. >> good morning from lambeau field where the packers are keeping the post season hopes alive with a win of the seahacks, but the aaron rodgers camp is making the headlines. rodgers dodged the questions about the specifics about the injury. >> i want to talk about i'm not missing games. >> mccarthy benches rodgers early in the 4th. even with the hobbled rodgers, they had outscored the opponents, in that span, rodgers completed 73% of the passes, zero interceptions and rating over 125. >> he spoils us all.
distribution of the football and just kept us favorable down the distances with the things that we do at the line of scrimmage. >> the most impressive, rod gors has lost a game here in december for the last 8 years. >> thank you. 5:57. winter weather in michigan leads to a scary situation on a runway. adrienne: the plane that skidded off the tarmac and ended up stuck in the snow. what passengers are saying about ben: plus, snowfall in california mountains leads to flooding. the perfect storm that made this
>> looking at racine and the temperatures were 24 degrees. the west breezes are picking up across the area. milwaukee 25 degrees. a look at the department of transportation, here we are 41 #, 94, college avenue t freeway looking pretty good this morning. west and northwest breezes for much of the day.
bitter cold headed our way, especially for tonight, tuesday, tuesday night and wednesday. no doubt about a white christmas. the snow in place is staying through the holiday and we look at the snow chances again at the end of the week. back to you. >> sal, thank you. ben: a scary situation at the detroit airport when a plane skidded off the runway. adrienne: it happened yesterday. no one was hurt. the delta flight landed then slid off the runway where it got stuck in snow and mud. rescue crews escorted dozens of passengers off the plane. passengers say the evacuation was calm and orderly although some people did miss their connecting flights. the plane was stuck for hours. >> right now, parts of california are dealing with some serious flooding. ben: it's because of heavy rain and a blizzard. the sierra nevadas had another big blizzard and now that some of it has melted, the water is coming down the mountains into towns and cities.
flood they've seen in about a decade, but things should get better once the temperature drops. ben: wisn 12 news time is 5:42. a man trapped underneath ten feet of snow. adrienne: an avalanche is responsible. why officials at a ski resort say he never should have been on the slope. ben: plus, a woman drives up to a gas station and sees her boyfriend being arrested. the surprise he had planned for her and the part that police played. tough see this story when we
ben: welcome back to "wisn 12 news this morning." cleanup is underway in wisconsin after the weekend snow storm. here you can see doppler 12 radar showing the storm system that is now leading to problems in michigan and the northeast. the snow is impacting flights across the country. i'm keeping an eye on flightaware.com which tracks flights. there are hundreds of cancelations and delays in the
chicago, detroit, and toronto. i've also been watching flight boards at mitchell international airport here in milwaukee. there are a handful of delays and one cancelation. so as always, be sure to check with your airline before heading to the airport. now let's head over to adrienne and sally in the weather center. >> thank you, ben. the cold is the next big story. sally: it is. we are coming in tonight. we night get a little light snow with the cold front. around the metro, not bad. 21-24. now, it is a little cooler at beaver dam at 18. we are going to hold in the low to mid 20s for much of the day today, with a slow fall in the afternoon. now a break or two of the
much colder air is coming in later tonight and continuing throughout the day tomorrow. the highs tomorrow around 13 degrees. >> thank you, sally. we are on traffic watch this morning. you are seeing i-43 state street looking pretty good. people are slowing down just a little bit. the drive times for you here, all in the green. that is good news as you head out the door this >> two police officers are shot in georgia. here is what we know, the officers were shot while trying to serve a search warrant. police later shot the suspect. adrienne: right now, turkey is in mourning after two deadly explosions over the weekend. officials say at least 38 people died, most of them were police officers. 155 other people were hurt. the bombs went off on saturday in istanbul outside of a
just left a match. a kurdish militant group claims responsibility for the attacks. ben: new this morning, isis has gained back ground and taken a historical syrian city. palmyra is a unesco world heritage site in central syria. isis had taken the city but been forced out by syrian troops. now, isis has regained control of several parts of the city. last year when isis held palmyra, the terror group blew up historic temples and monuments. adrienne: in indonesia, police say they prevented a terror attack. three people are in custody for the plot. police say they were targeting a palace. all three suspects are members of a group that has ties to isis. police found a bomb during the arrests and safely detonated it. ben: in cairo, egypt, 25 people are dead after someone bombed an orthodox christian 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.
three days of mourning and has vowed to hunt down the bomber. adrienne: investigators in nigeria are looking into a roof collapse that killed 160 people during a church service. officials say the church was still under construction when worshipers gathered for a ceremony on saturday. hundreds of people were inside when metal girders crashed and the iron roof caved in. worshippers say construction of the church was rushed. ben: new this morning, a man's body has been found after he was caught in an avalanche in nevada. he was skiing over the weekend and disappeared the same time there was a small avalanche at mount rose. two men both over 60 went into an area that was closed off. one of them made it out, the other did not. crews spent two days searching for the man. at one point they had to call of the search because of dangerous weather. they eventually found a body under about ten feet of snow. >> it's a sad situation no matter how you try to look at it
loved ones, it's easier to have that kind of closure than to have to continue to wait and have it be an open-ended situation. ben: officials at the ski resort say the area was blocked off because it was unsafe to ski there. adrienne: wisn 12 news time is 5:50. we know all about tinker the miniature horse who rings bells for the salvation army. well this morning we're seeing some other miniature horses here in wisconsin having fun in the snow. scott and mona sent in t this is cruz and tallulah playing with a glove. the owners say this was the animals' first snowfall. and this is mia playing in the snow. make a best of it. >> i am sure jeremy's nash was out in all of this.
ran a time lapse. sunday morning, and then throughout the day t sun staying behind the clouds as the snow was falling in cathedral square. the time lapse from yesterday. we had a round of snow coming in later day yesterday. that snow has moved offnd this morning the clouds are stubborn and likely seeing a couple of peeks of sunshine during the day today. the arctic air is a ways back. the temperatures are holding in the upper teens and 20s. the cold front is bringing in flurries and the arrival of the coldest of the air. 25 at the airport. 4 at minneapolis. 9 coming in des moines. 6 degrees below at peer.
temperatures tuesday, wednesday and thursday for the most part between 9-13 degrees. overnight lows will be below zero. the coldest core of air wednesday, wednesday night and early thursday. windchill advisories possible for wednesday night. breezy west winds are picking up. 19d waukesha. mid 20s at the airport. we hold steady with the day. i think we see a pu peeks of the sunshine. the cold front, it is a little snow maker. then as the colder air is sweeping, the temperatures are going to hold in the neighbor audio of 13 today. gusty winds. temperatures remain cold then again for wednesday and thursday. bitter cold air thursday.
eyeing the storm system at the end of the week. >> thank you, sally. adrienne: a police chase ends with a surprise in alabama. a man there staged the chase and an arrest all to surprise his girlfriend. police were in on it. they pulled over the man and pretended to arrest him. his girlfriend arrived and tried to find out what was going on. the officers even pulled out tasers but they weren't loaded. that's when he got down on one knee and proposed. >> that was a perfect set up to do something like that and bringing everyone together. >> probably not for everyone. glad she liked it. >> that is all that matters. >> a scary situation turned into a happy one. once she got over the shock, the woman said yes. >> she walked away for a minute. the officer brought her back. >> congratulations. ben: a deputy in florida used his training to save a baby's life. the infant, named corey, and his mother were at an office last month when the baby became
deputy steve donaldson quickly started cpr. a few minutes later emergency crews arrived. by that time, corey was breathing again. the deputy says he was in the right place at the right time. >> when i had corey in my arms, i said a little prayer. i said god, give me strength to save this baby. >> really i just say thank you, because i didn't know he had the training. so thank you. ay >> that training is so valuable. now the deputy and the baby share a special bond. >> he remained calm and knew what to do. adrienne: wisn 12 news time is 5:54. staying warm at the bus stop. ben: mps is asking for your help to keep kids warm on their way to school. how you can help today. >> plus, it's a dream for a lot of packers fans, seeing a game at lambeau. for this fan, it means even more.
trip to lambeau extra special. ben: before we head to break, a look at the snow around southeast wisconsin. viewers have sent in these photos showing the winter weather in different areas. this is a birdhouse. looks like a bird on there too. you can send in your own photos through u-local and through the free wisn 12 news app. love to see your photos.
>> opec convinced the oil producers to cut the production in efforts to raise the prices. >> they are cutting a half million barrels per day and following the decision in november to reduce the daily out put by a million barrels. >> ford is movin plans to move to production of the ford focus from michigan to mexico. the u.s. consumers want the low prices for the cars. ford's ceo stressed that no jobs will be lost since the michigan plant is making two new products. >> if you were worried about getting your holiday shopping
of consumers are still shopping for holiday gifts. >> i have one more. i'm ahead of the game. >> i have 75% left. amazon is offering free shipping for nonprime friday. several major retailers have a december 19th deadline to get your gifts by christmas day with standard >> wisn 12 news time now is 5:59. the news continues right now. >> good morning. welcome to "wisn 12 news this morning." i'm ben wagner. >> it is just about 6:00, monday, december 12th. right now on "wisn 12 news this morning", the green packers keep their playoffs dreams alive.
and gold pick up their third win in a row. >> plus a messy morning in parts of southeast wisconsin. still a lot of work to do on the roads for the clean up from the snow. we have team coverage on the conditions. first, we have breaking news. >> that is right, as we continue with this, the emergency crews are investigating a fire on the south side. we are going live to andy choi with the latest. a lot of >> lots of challenges, still an active investigation here at the corner of clement and idaho in the bay view area. the firefighters are up on the roof and ventilating the hot spots. they have been checking the hot spots for a couple of hours now. this call coming in at 4:30 this morning. the challenge is the proximity of the homes nearby. we talked to the police and