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day. here is a look at your commute. >> let's start with the weather. >> good morning. cool temperatures in the 30's and 40's. we are looking at patchy fog much like we had yesterday morning at this time. one reminder, it is daylight savings time coming to an and this weekend. you will turn those clocks back saturday night before bed. the sun is up at 6:33 sunday morning. visibility is very good along th conditions inland. we will hear from germany and just a minute -- jeremy and just a minute. patchy fog will improve a good deal today as we reached the low 60's today on lighter southwest went. jeremy is out and about whether have some fog this morning. jeremy: you can see some of the
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mile. we look off in the distance, some of the fault blanketing the western part of waukesha county. if you are near the lakeshore, no issues this morning. that is why the dense fog advisory is just for the inland counties. we will see some pockets of dense fog through 8:00 or 9:00 a.m. that is leading to the fog today. have the low beams on and allow a few extra minutes if you're driving through areas that are prone to seeing the fall. we will keep you updated. jeremy nelson. back to you. >> let's check in with the news chopper to look at your morning commute. >> visibility is better in
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bypass. oklahoma avenue going underneath the freeway. you can see no delays in either direction. we are delay free a cross the system. travel lights look good across the system. that's a look at the morning commute. back to you. >> thank you. we're just four days away from the election. some people are already casting but there's a big deadline approaching. tim is live in the newsroom with more about early voting. >> it is almost over. i am taking a look this morning at the election commission's website. today is the last day to vote early in most cities across the state. but in milwaukee, the deadline is actually tomorrow. if you're already a registered voter, you can head to the zeidler municipal building, the midtown center, or the forest home library through tomorrow at 5:00. but if you aren't registered to
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person. if you plan to vote on election day, the polls are open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on tuesday. a reminder, you will need to show a photo i.d. to vote early or on election day. as of yesterday, more than 38,000 votes had been cast in the city, surpassing the early voting record set in 2012. back over to you. ben: the presidential candidates before election day. the main focus, battleground states. wisn 12 news nikole killion is live in washington with the latest. good morning. nikole: good morning to you. there's a lot of overlap on the campaign trail today with both candidates hitting three states. entering the final weekend of the election, hillary clinton and donald trump are splitting states. clinton today in michigan, pennsylvania, and ohio trump also in the buckeye and keystone states and new
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last night both held dueling rallies in north carolina, trying to paint a picture of what it would be like if the other wins the white house next tuesday. mr. trump: when i look at these great admirals and these great generals, to think of her being their boss, i don't think so. ms. clinton: he has spent this entire campaign offering dog whistles to his most hateful supporters. do any of us have a place in trump's america? nikole: helping with their closing arguments, a roster of heavy hitters, from president obama -- president obama: this isn't a joke. this isn't "survivor". nikole: to melania trump touting her husband in her first campaign speech since the republican convention. ms. trump: he certainly knows how to shake things up, doesn't he? nikole: donald trump's children will be out campaigning for him
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surrogates. team clinton is featuring jay-z at an ohio concert tonight, with beyonce reportedly set to join him. and on monday night, they plan to close things out with a joint appearance with the obama's. in washington, i'm nikole killion. anchor: thank you. here in wisconsin, the campaign stops continue ahead of next week's election. later today, vice president joe biden will campaign for hillary. he'll hold a get out the vote rally at 9:00 this morning in madison. trump is holding a campaign rally in west allis. he was just in eau claire on tuesday. only wisn 12 news is teaming up with abc news to bring you big story coverage on election night. live coverage from throughout wisconsin and around the country, all night, on air and online, starting at 4:00 p.m. ben: we're still a week away from veterans' day, but there are plenty of ways to honor those who served this weekend. uwm is holding a veterans ball tonight at the hilton in downtown milwaukee. the event is open to the public.
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the parade steps off at 11:00 in the morning and ends at the war memorial. more than one thousand veterans from across southeastern wisconsin are expected to participate. if you're planning to head out to that parade tomorrow, maybe bring the sunscreen. >> it will be nice out. i cannot believe this is november. >> just a jacket will do it. perfect parade whether for tomorrow. we are looking at beautiful weather across the sta today and tonight and tomorrow pushing into sunday and monday. it feels warmer along the lake. 42 at the airport. 37 is where we find madison. keeping an i on the visibility this morning, the visibility is lower across to and jefferson county. there are dense fog advisories and place.
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milwaukee county. 10 miles at both airports. headlights westbound, taillights eastbound. both directions looking great. you are looking good. no trouble through the construction zone. 10 minute trip into downtown. a 10 minute ride along 43 southbound. that is a look at the morning commute. back to you. melinda: remembering a friend and classmate. students at uw-stout gathered to honor hussain alnahdi last night. the exchange student from saudi arabia was attacked early sunday morning in menomonie and died monday. some shared their memories of their friend at last night's vigil. >> hold your friends close. tell them how much you care, and tell them that you love them because you never know when you might not be able to say that again. i love you, hussain, and we will
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melinda: police are still searching for alnahdi's attacker. a $20,000 reward is being offered for any information leading to an arrest. ben: we're learning more about the four people killed in a wrong-way crash on i-94. two of the victims killed late wednesday night are from milwaukee. wisn 12 news tim elliott is following the developments from the newsroom. tim: according to the wisconsin state patrol, a 32-year-old man was driving the wrong way on interstate 94 near deerfield wednesday night. he slammed head-on into two cars. in one car, a 23-year-old man from illinois. he was killed. in the other, four co-workers with milwaukee company ritz holman cpa's. two women from milwaukee died, ages 26 and 28, as well as a 26-year-old man from waterloo. a 28-year-old man from whitefish bay survived, but he is in critical condition. according to a company statement, they were on their
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as for the wrong way driver, authorities think he was drunk. he's now in the hospital fighting for his life. back to you. ben: all right. it's: 09 this morning. an unordinary traffic stop. melinda: the woman that's owing her life tthe police officer who pulled her over. ben: the bells are back. a holiday tradition returns to southeast wisconsin today. how you can get a free breakfast
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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, thenoted 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. that's washington. and he fits right in. end citizens united is responsible
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>> leading the way with important local coverage. you're watching wisn 12 news, with weather watch 12 meteorologist sally severson and traffic watch 12's matt salemme. continues. melinda: as we get a live look on the weather watch camera, we're looking east to lake michigan. skies are clear. we have a little bit of fog showing up inland. jeremy has been live this morning. temperatures 40's along the lake and 30's women. a dense fog advisory this
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weather. your first for just this morning. -- forecast this morning. temperatures are in the low 60's later today. let's join matt news chopper 12. visibility is good in milwaukee county. we are looking down at the high-rise bridge. headlights are coming out of the interchange. that is the top of the frame. travel times look great. just nine minutes 94 eastbound into downtown. a 10 minute trip or three southbound from brown deer into downtown. that is a look at the morning commute. back to you. melinda: thank you. developing this morning, a missing woman is found alive inside a metal container. police in south carolina describe her rescue as a miracle. now they have the person responsible in custody. tim elliott's following this story this morning from the
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tim: this story is so incredibly disturbing. this is the woman who police say was found chained up on a property in a locked container building. kala brown was reported missing back in august. yesterday, police heard yelling and banging while attempting to serve a search warrant on land owned by todd kohlhepp. inside, they found and rescued brown, who's now recovering from the ordeal. kohlhepp is a registered sex offender. here is a photo of him. he's beak charged with kidnapping. police believe he knew brown and her boyfriend, who has also been missing since august. brown says there could be multiple bodies on his property. officers are still looking for brown's boyfriend, charles carver. but police say the suspect isn't cooperating with authorities. back to you. melinda: thank you very much. new this morning, a police officer in oklahoma is being called a hero after pulling a woman over and discovering she was having a heart attack.
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performing cpr and keeping her alive as they wait for paramedics. doctors say the woman made a full recovery. ben: chicago cubs fans are still celebrating their world series win. but they may want to thank their neighbors to the north. that's right, a wisconsin company is printing nearly 40,000 cubs world series championship t-shirts. promotional designs in ashwaubenon is shipping the shirts to various stores across wisconsin. all of the shirts were printed by yesterday evening. later today, it's the cubs world series victory parade. the party begins, where else? wrigley field. the team will then head downtown for a party at grant park. they even died the river cubby blue. the rally is scheduled for noon. melinda: it's a big weekend for the wisconsin badgers as they look to keep their big 10 title hopes alive. the team travels to northwestern saturday for a game. you can see right here and only on wisn 12. our coverage begins with a special big 12 sports saturday pregame at 10:30.
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that's followed by kickoff. that's at 11:00 a.m. then stay tuned for big 12 sports saturday at 6:30 p.m. for postgame reports from the badgers and wildcats. that's all this saturday, only on wisn 12. helping local families during the holidays. the salvation army's red kettle campaign kicks off today. ben: and the bell ringing starts at the milwaukee public market. that's where we find wisn 12 news hillary mintz live this morning. good morning, hillary. hillary: good morning. kickoff at the public market. you can see behind me all the tables people are going to sit at for a free pancake and sausage breakfast. it does not get better than that. to talk about this campaign, i want to bring in the major. this is a big year for you guys. >> our goal this year is $4 million for christmas.
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we will be on the streets ringing the kettle until christmas eve. hillary: he says he never leaves home without that bell. you will see this almost everywhere you shop around town. it benefits dozens of local programs. it starts at 7:00 a.m. if you come to this event, it is a tweet and eight events. tell us about that. >> it is a wonderful event. it is open from 7:00 until not want today. here and eat at the same time. come and support the salvation army. hillary: thank you for joining us. we cannot forget tinker. he is going to be here soon. this is like his super bowl. the red pony express taking longer than expected. he will be here soon. you will see that later.
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the polar express. ben: you have got to have tinker. melinda: county. pony express. >> what ever your plans are this weekend, if you have to finish up yard work, you can easily sandwich that in. if you're going to the veterans day parade, it is going to go -- be gorgeous all weekend long. w early this morning, we will have some fog. that is where jeremy has been this morning. we have a stray shower or two. potentially on election day. fine november weather all weekend. we have had fog. it has been near juneau and low. some in hartford and washington county.
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north in jefferson county. we will see that around early this morning. that is where the advisories are. conditions will begin to improve. high pressure will move south through the next 48 hours. that will keep a good section of the nation's midsection, including wisconsin, nice and dry. temperatures are cool today. 37 at waukesha. 32 in west bend. 33 in fond du low 60's i the afternoon. the clocks will turn back one hour before bed tomorrow. saturday, blue skies and light winds. temperatures in the mid-60's. we are dry saturday night and sunday as well. we have nice weather settling in. 62 today. early morning fog diminishes.
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morning. 64 monday. slight chances of showers pushing in on tuesday. we will look at temperatures near 60 degrees. ben and melinda. ben: the time as 6:20. justin timberlake is sharing his true feelings about his hit song "can't stop the feeling". melinda: he gets into a friendly debate about the lyrics today on "ellen". >> it's really high when, just electric >> that's not the words. >> those are the words. >> i should have written it is just electric. >> i thought it is. >> it pretty clearly says just imagine. >> did you know that? >> i did not know that. catch the entire interview on "ellen". it starts at 4:00. followed by wisn 12 news at
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the time is a charitable track 6:20. record. ben: how one coach is helping one college student by running nearly four marathons this weeken melinda: plus, it's not just luck anymore. russ: as i've traveled to all 72 counties, i've hea from a lot of people. including seniors, concerned that ron johnson igoing to turn medicare into a voucher program. senior: don't let it happen russ. russ: i've heard from families in need of good paying jobs. blue collar guy: ron johnson ade deals help other countrinot us. russ: e boom line - and,uss, i think youd ee gger van. man: we justeed a fa sha, ss: i'm russeingol man: we justeed a fa sha,
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>> hi, i'm mrs. mcdermott with my third grade class at robinwood elementary school. and we'd like to say, have a great day franklin. >> good morning, franklin. thanks for this fantastic friday morning shout out. wisn 12 is stopping by different classrooms all across southeast wisconsin. ben: if you're interested in getting a visit, just head to and click the school shout out logo. then we'll try to schedule a time to have meteorologist jeremy nelson stop by to say hello. the time is now 6:24. new this morning, a local track and field coach is going the extra mile for one of his athletes. melinda: russ de lap is the head cross country and track and field coach at concordia university in mequon. tomorrow he plans to run 24 hours straight. and it's all for lilly johnson. she is a sophomore on the cross country and track team. in may, she was diagnosed with hodgkin's lymphoma.
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right now lilly is undergoing chemotherapy and is recovering at home. de lap says it's a long way to run, but he's ready for the challenge. >> she and her family were really overtaken by this. they expected nothing. but i wanted to do something special. it was an easy decision. it seemed like i should do something for her. melinda: de lap will start his 24 hour run at 11:00 a.m. he's estimating he'll run 100 miles during his attempt. to find out how you can donate to the lilly fund, just log onto ben: you can tell how passionate the coaches about his students. quite the lineup here this year. melinda: tony bennnett, olympic gold medalist laurie hernandez, and the cast of sesame street will be in attendance. this is the 90th year for the parade. the special will air thanksgiving morning. but time is packages stolen 6:25. right off front porches. ben: what you need to know before getting any gifts delivered this holiday season.
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hunters can actually help the birds this winter. ben: but first, traffic watch 12. here's a live look at the roads. we'll check in with matt salemme and news chopper 12 coming up after the break. hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know
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go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of
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>> now on wisn 12 news. ben: 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 presidential campaign. ben: but first, weather watch 12 as we take a dense fog advisory is in effect in parts of southeast wisconsin. we're keeping an eye on conditions as you make your weekend plans. good morning. great to have you with us on wisn 12 news this morning. i'm ben wagner. melinda: and i'm melinda davenport. on this friday, november 4. 6:29 let's start with the forecast. meteorologist sally severson is in the weather center. sally: we are getting light across the horizon.
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one hour before bed saturday night. between now and 9:00, there is some fall inland. temperatures reaching into the low 60's this afternoon. here is a look at the visibility. .3 miles in waukesha. you have to move inland a ways. patchy fog elsewhere. we will see foggy conditions improve as the sun comes out. let's joite patchy fog. jeremy: the visibility within the last 15 to 20 minutes has dropped noticeably to half of a mile or less in our location. as you go out early today, if you encounter the fog, have a
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all areas in our viewing area away from lake michigan. as long as you are not in a lakeshore county that touches the lake, you are in that dense fog advisory. once we make our way to the west of waukesha this morning, we started to notice the fog. you can see this hanging acss the street lights near the farms. if you are traveling through western waukesha county or across southeastern wisconsin, make sure to have the low beams. back to you. melinda: thank you. let's go to matt salemme he live in his chapter 12. matt: they are describing it as a small business fire. it is on martin luther king jr. drive and 4th street. it looks like they have the fire
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both directions. matt salemme, back to you. ben: thank you. later today, the former milwaukee police officer accused of sexual assault will be back in court. tim elliott is in the wisn 12 news room with more on the case. jim: dominique heaggan-brown is scheduled to be arraigned later this morning. earlier this week, the department fired him. and last night, the milwaukee fire and police commission made it official that heaggan-brown is no longer on the force. in october, as 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. the district attorney hasn't decided yet if heaggan-brown will face charges for smith's death. if convicted on the sexual assault charges, he could spend
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melinda: thank you. 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 ld over republican donald trump among likely voters. clinton has yet to campaign in wisconsin during the general election but has sent others in her ple. yesterday, daughter chelsea stopped at anodyne coffee in milwaukee. one of the stars of abc's political drama "scandal" stopped in madison. on the show. she and husband adam shapiro talked to college students about the importance of voting, whether it's early or on election day. >> we were old enough to vote in an election that came down to a couple hundred votes in florida. we want to make sure that we talked to everyone we can and do everything we can do. >> every vote counts. >> it is not just a slogan. it is the truth.
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of early voting in most cities. milwaukee's goes until tomorrow. as of yesterday, more than 38,000 early votes had been cast in milwaukee, surpassing the early voting record set in 2012. early voting runs from noon to 5:00 p.m. on saturday. you cavote at either the zeidler municipal 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 five stops in wisconsin since march. his children have also hit the trail. yesterday, eric trump was in eau claire alongside senator ron johnson. the younger trumtold 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
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military. you see what's happening to our vets. it's very, very, very scary. ben: wisn 12 is teaming up with abc news to bring you big story coverage on election night. watch live coverage all night, on air and online, starting at 4:00 p.m. on tuesday. now let's get a check of traffic with matt salemme. matt: this is between 70 six st at the bottom of the brain and the zoo interchange at the top. traffic is trying to go north on to 41-5. seeing a break cap on the 94 eastbound. only one extra minute as you make your way into downtown from morend road. that is a look at the morning commute live from news chopper 12. back to you. melinda: new this morning, power is back one ont las veg' most popular casinos. ben: the paris hotel-casino was in the dark for more than 12 hours yesterday. crews were able to get t
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construction crew cidentally 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. an even bigger mess at a casino. a woman thought she was a millionaire after playing penny slots at a co melinda: turns out, she owed the house. back in august, the woman was playing at the resorts world casino when the machine's display screen showed she had won nearly $43 million. when she tried to collect, casino employees told her she owed the $2.25 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. ben: i cannot even imagine. the first ever skill based slot
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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. the machines are now inside bally's, harrah's, and caesar's in atlantic city. wisn 12 news time is its: 37. -- 6:37. melinda: a new scandal unfolding at harvard this morning. a walmart store fullf shoppers. ere police finally tracked
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priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue 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.
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he's going like "i don't remember!? important local coverage. you are watching wisn 12 news this morning with melinda, ben, and tim. wisn 12 news conties. >> if you are traveling west us morning, you'll run into fog. 10 miles at mitchell international.
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disabilities less than half of a mile at watertown and juneau. with wednesday rain, overnight is cool and clear. dense fog advisories are in place until 10:00 this morning. temperatures in the low 60's today. i will show you how high pressure influences the weekend forecast. lets fly with matt. matt: that is elm grove road over top of the freeway. into the construction zone. it continues on in. picking up one extra minute, 11 minutes from moreland road into downtown. no crashes as of right now. that is a look at the morning commute. back to you. melinda: the time is 6:41. a man is killed on the job in cudahy. tim elliot is in the wisn 12 newsroom with a look at what
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tim: the milwaukee county medical examiner's office tells 12 news an autopsy will be done as early athis morning. we have video from news chopper 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 been released. back to you. ben: thanks for that update. new on wisn 12, 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 held last night for rusk county sheriff's
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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. the deputy was a seven-year veteran in law enforcement. governor scott walker has ordered flags to be flown at half-staff in glaze's honor 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 touching. as he was reading the letter, it was "that was really nice of them to think of us." and you could just tell in his voice how touched he was. ben: the flags will remain at half staff until sunset tonight. melinda: it is now 6:43. 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.
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doorknob could be rolling out the welcome mat for would be bad guys. >> a dirty little secrete do not advertise, but the reality is these areot secure lockboxes. is technology goes back to the 1800s. >> the simple solution that could keep you safe, and why so many are fighting against it. linda: it's important 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 weekend. tomorrow's inaugural event is called vip, or very important parishes. you'll get a free, exclusive look inside four different charges including st. bernard , parish is in wauwatosa. in addition to st. bernard, there are three participating parishes in milwaukee, 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
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in milwaukee sunday morning might cause delays countywide into the afternoon. some 20 routes will be directly affected. passengers are encouraged to be patient and plan ahead. melinda: it's a local must-have for the holiday season. this weekend, you can get your hands on the 2016 we energies cookie book. ben: lemon shortbread. melinda: there's a big giveaway tomorrow at miller park from 9:00 to 1:00. the theme of this year's book is thsc there are nearly 40 recipes from well-known wisconsinites like archbishop jerome listecki, bonnie blair, and john mcgivern. ben: i have to get some of those cookies. it's that time of year when many of us will have packages delivered to our home for the holidays. 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 it a few times, and then put it back, before taking off. one homeowner says he is frustrated with the recent spike
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>> we have a neighborhood watch, i know all my neighbors here by name, you can look around, we have yard signs but what else are we supposed to do. 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 online customers can choose a locker location as their shipping address. i did not know this. 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 shopping centers, retail stores and transit centers. melinda: looking ahead, the badgers face northwestern tomorrow. you can watch the badgers and wildcats right here on wisn 12. our coverage begins tomorrow with a special big 12 sports saturday pregame at 10:30, we'll
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11:00 a.m. then stay tuned for big 12 sports saturday at 6:30 p.m. for postgame reports. that's all tomorrow only on wisn 12. but time is 6:47. new this morning, you have a change to own a piece of history from the happiest place on earth. more than a thousand 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. the auction starts november 19. a piece of nostalgia for you. sally: california was the original park. ben: my mom and sister are at the florida theme park right now. sally: good for them. we are not quite florida weather, mid 60's and early
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sally: we have lingering moisture in the soil. temperatures have gotten cold inland and we have a little bit of fog. we have lingering moisture in the soil. that is away from the lake. commuters across 94 in walker's countyorth nnd south,. going up 4145 intoodge county and near juneau. little bit of fog. that is where the dense fog advisory is in place this morning until time clock. conditions will begin to improve after sunrise. high-pressure over dakota that will slip south and influence the weather for much of the nation's midsection. putting together a nice stretch
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36 degrees at glendale. 34 at fond du lac. 38 degrees early this morning and lake geneva. there is a little bought a fog. we are looking at a lot in the way of the skies, especially tomorrow. this is tonight at 10:30. overnight lows in the low 40's. there could be some fog saturday morning. most of us will stay late in the afternoon, we are on our way to gorgeous weather. take a look at the seven-day temperatures reaching into the low 60's today. plenty of sunshine. 40's tonight. mid 60's saturday and sunday. saturday night before bed, the clocks go back one hour as we move into daylight savings time. you will be early for church or brunch otherwise.
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horizon. there is very little wind up. this morning. things are starting to slow down on 94 westbound. they are bunching up between 84 and the zoo interchange. 11 minutes on 94 eastbound from moreland road into downtown. we are cash free across the system. back to you. melinda: thank you. new this half hour, harvard university is suspending their immense soccer team for the rest of the season due to alleged sexual comments made about the women's soccer team. the school newspaper found a document that rated the attractiveness of the women's soccer team players. ben: new from overnight, a shooting inside a crowded walmart store in pennsylvania. tim is here with new information
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store as someone started firing. customers and employees were evacuated. this all happened in hermitage, about 70 miles north of pittsburgh. one worker was shot multiple times. they are 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 still trying to figure out why the suspect opened fire. it's unclear whether the suspect and the victim knew each other. t the time is now more and more 6:51. 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 the birds back to health. >> this is purely a lead issue. sometimes people say, well,
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it's 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. the weekend is almost here. ben: it is. let's look outside from news chopper 12. we have a little bit of fog this morning.
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russ: as i've traveled to all 72 counties, i've heard from a lot of people. including seniors, concerned that ron johnson is going to turn medicare into a voucher program. senior: don't let it happen russ. russ: i've heard from families in need of good paying jobs. blue collar guy: ron johnson's trade deals help other countries, not us. russ: the bottom line - people want an economy that delivers for them. man: we just need a fair shake, a bigger van. russ: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything.
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i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into tes while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. 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.
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ben: the time is now 6:55. check for your top headlines. melinda: today is your final day to vote early in most wisconsin cities. but in milwaukee, if you are registered to vote, you can also cast a ballot tomorrow from noon to 5:00. that's only at the zideler municipabu center, and the forest home library. ben: right now the city of chicago is preparing for the parade to celebrate the cubs and their world series victory. this is a live look at the chicago skyline, the buildings lit up for the cubs. the river is even dyed blue. that is lake michigan. but the river is blue. the parade starts at 11:00 this morning. it begins at wrigley field. here is a live picture of the field. the parade ends at grant park.
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salvation army's red kettle campaign. starting today, volunteers will be ringing bells and collecting donations around southeastern wisconsin. the salvation army is hoping to raise $4 million this year. ben: and a heads up this morning if you'll be driving near clarke and mlk drive in milwaukee. emergency crews are at the scene of a minor fire right now. there are some street closures while crews investigate. no word on whether anyone was hurt. now here's matt with traffic. matt: we are over the bypass. thingsk taillights are moving northbound into the construction area. we are not seeing any delays. this is a five minute ride. 94 eastbound is a little slow. 12 minutes from moreland road into downtown. that is a look at the commute. back to you. sally: we are talking about sunshine today. inland, patchy fog is showing up. dodge in jefferson county.
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62 with light southwest winds and 44 tonight. mid 60's saturday through monday. cool and clear nights across the back. i want to talk about something on your facebook page. the extra halloween candy. melinda: we are talking about it right now. ben: i love it. sally: i love it at first, and then i regret it. self-control.
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over 80,000 wisconsin jobs lost to unfair trade. but senator johnson sided with corporate interests, calling for even more unfair trade, voting for special tax breaks for corporations shipping jobs overseas, costing taxpayers billions. and johnson's been exposed for using what looks like an offshore tax shelter for himself. senate majority pac is responsible
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