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i'll join you. >> cleveland browns are looking to sign theo epstein at this point. >> now on wisn 12 news. ben: right now on wisn 12 news this morning, in jail and out of a job. what's next for the now former milwaukee police officer accused of sexual assault. melinda: plus, star power on the campaign trail. the hollywood actors out pushing for votes in wisconsin as we enter the final days of the ben: but first weather watch 12 as we take a live look outside. a dense fog advisory in part of the southeast wisconsin. we're keeping an eye on conditions as you make your weekend plans. good morning and welcome to wisn 12 news this morning. i'm ben wagner. melinda: and i'm melinda davenport. it is 4:30 on this friday november 4. good morning south. sally: we're talking about
find november weather is tumbling and in time for the weekend. you can see a wave from lake michigan for the most part it extends further into illinois. three miles at waukesha. not quite as foggy as it was in lent. most of this is going to be inland. in the 30's. 34 in west bend. 44 at the airport. everybody will come out of the 50's and into the 60's. patchy fog becoming sunny. gorgeous weather is a look at sunny skies and mid 60's. melinda. when you're on the go take the weather watch 12 forecast with you. just download the wisn 12 news app. it's free for your smartphone or tablet. ben: later today the former milwaukee police officer accused of sexual assault will be back
tim: dominique heaggan-brown is scheduled to be arraigned later this morning. earlier this week the department fired him from his job. and last night the milwaukee fire and police commission made it official that heaggan-brown is no longer on the force. in october he was charged with sexual assault. prosecutors say he may have assaulted four people since 2015. heaggan-brown is also the officer who shot sylville smith back in august sparking days of unrest in the sherman park neighborhood. decided yet if heaggan-brown will face charges for smith's death. if convicted on the sexual assault charges, he could spend more than 80 years in prison. melinda: the candidates for the white house are making their final appeal to voters and wisconsin is in the spotlight. today vice president joe biden will be in madison to campaign for fellow democrat hillary clinton. the latest marquette university law school poll shows clinton with a six point lead over republican donald trump among
wisconsin during the general election but has sent others in her place. yesterday daughter chelsea stopped at anodyne coffee in milwaukee. one of the star's of abc's political drama scandal stopped in madison. katie lowes plays quinn perkins on the show. she and husband adam shapiro talked to college students in madison about the importance of voting whether it's early or on election day. >> adam and i vote. it came down to a couple of hundred votes in florida. we want to make sure we talked to all that we can and do all we can do. >> every vote counts. >> not just a slogan, it is the truth. melinda: today is the final day of early voting in most cities. milwaukee's goes until tomorrow. as of yesterday more than 38000 -- 38,000 early votes had been cast in milwaukee surpassing the early voting record set in 2012.
5:00 p.m. on saturday. you can vote at either the zeidler municipal building the test building, -- building, the midtown center or the forest home library. you will need a photo i.d. to cast a ballot. ben: donald trump is returning to wisconsin one more time before tuesday's presidential election. trump is holding a campaign rally sunday in west allis. trump was just in eau claire on tuesday. he has made 5 stops in wisconsin since march. his children have also hit the trail. yesterday eric trump was in eau cl johnson. the younger trump told the crowd it is time to make changes in washington. >> we're supposed to have people in this country who are working for the american people, not working against us, not lining their own pockets. and they're not working for us. you see what's happening with obamacare, you see what's happening to our deficit. you see what's happening to our military, you see what's happening to our vets.
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sally: we are rolling into this friday morning with
sunshine. there is patchy fog away from lake michigan. you can see visibility crystal-clear. generally visibility at a good along the lake. there is an advisory until 10:00 much like yesterday. mostly well if you routinely drive in areas near rivers creek streams -- rivers, creeks, streams. -- it is a gentle november underway. melinda: it is friday and we are into some trouble. 41/45 as degrom, emergency crews
i will try to get some information to you. 10 minutes, 94 eastbound into downtown. 10 minutes southbound on 43 from brown deer into downtown. new this morning power is back on at one of las vegas' most popular casinos. ben: the paris hotel-casino was in the dark for more than 12 hours yesterday. crews were able to get the lights back on overnight. a casino spokesperson says a construction crew accidentally cut a power line just before 10:00 yesterday morning. at first people were allowed to stay inside but after a few hours the building's fire alarm system battery started to run low. about 3000 guests and employees were evacuated. overnight the hotel used twitter to tell guests that the lights were back on and apologized for the mess. a woman thought she was a millionaire after playing penny slots at a casino in new york. melinda: turns out she owed the house. back in august the woman was playing at the resorts world casino when the machine's
ben: what? melinda: when she tried to collect casino employees told her, she owed the 225 balance left on the machine. the casino apologized saying the machine had malfunctioned. she was offered a steak dinner instead but is now threatening to sue the casino. ben: that may -- that better be a $42 million stake. ben: the first ever skill based slot machines just debuted in atlantic city. players win or lose based on how many robots they destroy in the game called danger arena. the machines are targeted to millennials who are more likely to play interactive games than traditional push-button slots. i still like the big wishing lever slots. the machines are now inside bally's harrah's and caesars in atlantic city.
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quirks leading the way with important coverage. you are watching wisn 12 news this morning with melinda davenport, then wagner and tim elliott from the breaking news desk. wisn news this morning continues. sally: very stable weather has settled in. high-pree weather. a weather rewind for today. a dense fog advisory is in place until 10:00. you can see that advisory includes dodge county. visibility is well inland, less than half a mile. temperatures are cooler. right along the lake, temperatures in the 40's. low to mid 30's away from the
the mid-40's by 7:00. melinda, for that mid-day latte, mid 60's. melinda: wisn 12 news time is 4:45. a man is killed on the job in cudahy. tim elliot is in the wisn 12 newsroom with a look at what officials hope to learn today. tim: the milwaukee county medical examiner's office tells 12 news an autopsy will be done as early as this morning. we hvi 12 above ati ladish. the company forges metal components mainly used in the aerospace industry. cudahy police say around 1:15 yesterday they got a 911 call from the company. a 49-year-old man from oak creek had been hurt and died at the scene. we are working to learn what exactly happened at the facility. osha is investigating the incident along with cudahy police and the milwaukee county district attorney. another man was hurt in the accident and went to the hospital. that man is expected to survive. the names of both men have not
ben? ben: it is 4:45. new here, a touching show of support for the family of a fallen wisconsin sheriff's deputy. this was the scene in ladysmith near eau claire where a candlelight vigil was last night held for rusk county sheriff's deputy dan glaze. the 33-year-old was killed last saturday while responding to a call about a suspicious vehicle. a suspect has been arrested in glaze's death. he was a seven-year veteran in law enforcem governor scott walker has ordered flags to be flown at half-staff in glaze's honor starting today. students at the flambeau school district wore blue to class as a sign of support. they also made cards and a banner and gave them to rusk county deputies as a thank you for their service. >> one officer was reading a letter. it was just very touching. as he was reading the letter it
and you could just tell in his voice how touched he was. ben: the flags will remain at half staff until sunset tonight. melinda: 12 news time is 4:46. it's one of they key tools realtors use when they're trying to sell your home. but it could be putting you and your family in danger. wisn 12 news colleen henry investigates tonight at 10:00: -- at 10:00. >> why the little lockbox could be rolling out the welcome back for would be bad guys. >> little secret. you don't advertise but the reality is these are not secure lockboxes. this technology goes back to the 1800s. >> the simple solution that could keep you safe and why so many are fighting against it. melinda: it's important information you need to keep you safe. colleen henry investigates lockbox danger tonight on wisn 12 news at 10:00. ben: looking ahead, the archdiocese of milwaukee is taking you beyond the pew this
called vip or very important parishes. you'll get a free exclusive look inside four different churches including st. bernard parish is in wauwatosa. in addition to st. bernard there are 3 participating parishes in milwaukee, our lady of waterloo bay, -- our lady of guadalupe, immaculate conception and all saints parish. a warning for local bus riders expect big delays this sunday. the milwaukee county transit system says a marathon scheduled in milwaukee sunday morning might cause delays countywide some 20 routes will be directly affected. passengers are encouraged to be patient and plan ahead. melinda: the badgers face northwestern tomorrow. you can watch it right here on wisn 12. our coverage begins tomorrow with a special big 12 sports saturday pregame at 10:30 we'll -- at 10:30. we'll be live from evanston. that's followed by kickoff at 11:00 a.m. then stay tuned for big 12
tomorrow only on wisn 12. a big arrival, how is the weather going to be? sally: gorgeous tomorrow. late morning, probably around 60 . the temperatures will make it into the mid-60's. even indianapolis is coming to town sunday afternoon, 63 at kickoff. ben: 63 in november. sally: we will be in daylight. g flambeau. -- in flambeau. gorgeous november whether. -- november weather. milwaukee, 10 miles. you can see we have 1.3 miles at kenosha. it is quite a way inland, especially into the river valley, jefferson county not too far. we are getting reports of fog
it -- as well. it is really patchy in nature. we are nice and dry. big, high-pressure influences our weather just calls along. it takes care of our weather until monday. this guys overnight. temperatures have fallen away from the lake. are talking about sunshine. it will be in place for us right through the day. light, southwesterly winds. between 230 -- 2:30 and 4:00, our model pushes us to near 60. he we are at lunchtime to 5:30 this afternoon. but the brought on the grill.
field, a jacket early will do it. early in the day, we are looking at sunshine. this is how fair the skies are going to be. fine november whether. 44 tonight and a trio of the mid 60's for said they, sunday and monday. just an occasional cloud. a stray shower possible. onto trafficwatch 12, this is an accident on for the one northbound at hillburn road. according to the department of transportation, the right lane of 41 is closed because of this crash. no word on injuries. drive times are still in the green. 10 more -- 10 minutes southbound
shooting inside a crowded wal-mart store in pennsylvania. tim is here with new information about what happened. tim: a terrifying situation for everyone inside the store when someone started shooting. customers and employees were evacuated. this all happened in hermitage about 70 miles north of pittsburgh. one worker was shot multiple times and is now in the hospital. the suspect was arrested while in the parking lot outside the store. no one else was seriously hurt during all of this. investigators are st to figure out why the suspect opened fire. it's unclear whether the suspect and the victim knew each other. melinda, over to you. melinda: is time for: 52. more bald eagles are becoming sick in wisconsin. and wildlife experts say hunters are to blame. the eagles are suffering from lead poisoning. that's because some hunters are still using ammunition that contains lead. the eagles then eat animal scraps left behind by in the woods and in fields. now groups are trying to nurse
>> this is purely a lead issue. sometimes people say well they'll get over it. well they cannot get over it, it is a heavy metal. melinda: the raptor education group takes in an average of 25 bald eagles a year suffering from lead poisoning. if they recover the goal is always to release the eagles back into the wild. ben: wisn 12 news time now is 4:53. it's that time of year when many of us will have packages delivered to our home for the hoys right now police are investigating a possible ring of package thieves targeting homes on milwaukee's east side. home surveillance video shows a man with a hoodie hiding his face picking up a package shake -- picking up a package, shake it a few times and then put it back before taking off. one homeowner says he is frustrated with the recent spike in crime. >> we have a neighborhood watch . i know all my neighbors here by name. you can look around. we have yard signs but what else
ben: the area near uwm has been hit especially hard recently. the alderman says he continues to meet with police and residents about the issue. there are ways to avoid people coming up to your porch looking for packages. amazon has lockers set up in and around some cities including milwaukee. online customers can choose a locker location as their shipping address. then they're sent a text message or email with a code. that code gets them into the locker to retrieve the package. the self-service lockers are in places like op retail stores and transit -- shopping centers, retail stores and transit centers. melinda: new this morning you have a change to own a piece of history from the happiest place on earth. more than 1000 artifacts from disneyland are headed to the auction block. there are original souvenirs from disneyland's opening day back in 1955 and one of the original cars from the autopia ride in tomorrowland. the auction will be held online and at the van eaton galleries in sherman park california.
ben: welcome back. it is that time of year when we turn our clocks back an hour in observance of daylight saving time. ben: -- melinda: but that could have a big impact on your health. seasonal affective disorder or sad. it's a type of depression that happens during the same season each year usually the fall and winter due mostly to lack of sunshine. some symptoms include loss of interest in usual activities and feeling sad anxious or grumpy. ben: a new study from the centers for disease control finds kids are consuming far more salt than the recommended amount. researchers say the excess sodium comes mainly from processed als. the cdc says it contributes to 58% of average daily sodium intake. the recommendation increase the number of home cooked meals with
melinda: a new warning this morning about energy drinks. doctors in florida say they treated a patient who developed liver failure from drinking too many energy drinks. about half of liver failure cases in the u.s. result from drug-induced liver injury. ben: kind of strange to see energy drinks poured out into a glass. researchers have found some early success with birth control -- picking up smoking and eating a less nutritious diet. time is 4:59. the news continues right now. ? >> now on wisn 12 news. ben: welcome to wisn 12 news. melinda: right now the election
what you need to know to avoid the lines on tuesday. ben: a suspected drunk driver causes a wrong way crash. what we are learning about the four victims food melinda: -- victims. melinda: the first another foggy day. sally: good visibility along the lake. this is the story inland where we have some patchy fog no surprise that there is a golf graphic. many lake today. it is a beautiful day for today. temperatures, low 60's. mid 60's for saturday and sunday. right now, the airport is 44 with lighter northwest winds. here is a look at visibility. half-mile at burlington. about a half mile -- you have to go inland to see that fog.
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