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was 62. the high 66 forecasted for today. fair skies early tonight and a few clouds late and lows at 44. matt? >> it is quiet out there across the freeways right now. no reason to rush. things are looking good at 76 and i-94, moving well. at holly road as well. on the computer, aou overnight closures, 94 eastbound add moreland road and at national avenue. that is picked up. so we are open once again, if leaving the house, no delays out there. travel times... that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> matt, thank you. breaking overnight, protests around the country, crowds are
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the demonstrations in at least 7 major cities. ben: tim is live in the news room with more on this situation. tim. tim: good morning, donald trump has been the president-elect for 24 hours or so and protests are flaring up around the u.s. and thousands are marching in the streets like in chicago and chanting not my president. over on the west coast, protests growing so big that the freeway in shutdown and the crowds set fires and burned flags, similar scene in seattle. now one of the biggest protests in new york city. several groups of protestor gathered outside of the trump tower and blocking the traffic there. 15 people were arrested. we will continue to keep our eye on the protests. back to you.
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the white house and discussing the transition of power with president obama. we have a look ahead from washington. >> the white house is that the donald trump and president obama doesn't have a previous relationship. >> the last thing we need is four years of obama. >> this morning the president and presidenec the hatchet. >> it is no secret that we have differences. but remember, 8 years ago, president bush and i had significant differences. >> president obama is pledging the smooth transition of power. >> it is time for us to come together as one united people. >> trump's wife is meeting with
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mike pence and donald trump will head to capitol hill. >> he turned politics on its head and now donald trump will lead a unified republican government. >> today's meeting coming against the backdrop of divided e lek rats. hillary clinton accepted defeat with this message. >> donald trump will be our president. we owe him on open mind and the chance to lead. >> clinton donald trump, but acknowledged the loss is painful and will be for some time. >> some big wisconsin names are being tossed around as serving on the cabinet. county sheriff david clarke is a possibility for the homeland security secretary. the republican national committee chairman is the inside
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have hinted about finding a place for him in the administration, however the governor is planning to finish out the term and concentrate on the chairman of the republican governor's association. >> this morning we are learning more about wisconsin's role in the election. the voter turnout hit a 20 year low. hillary mintz is live downtown with new information. good morning, hillary. reporter: yeah, the polling places and it was busy on election day, lines wrapped around the hallway for hours, but despite that, yes, the voter turnout low, in fact the lowest since four years ago and hurt clinton more than trump. we are looking at the numbers. trump won wisconsin less than 1%.
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population. turnout in the past two presidential elections was 70%. officials say that not all of the voters filled out the presidential portion of the ballot. these are all unofficial numbers, if standing, this is the lowest voter turnout in wisconsin since 1996. live in downtown milwaukee "wisn 12 news this morning." >> hillary, thank you. developing this morning a four alarm campus and it happened near the apartments where many of the students live. >> this is last night when a number of the fire departments responded to the scene. this is a cell phone picture as well. this captured the flames lighting up the door and window. a father and the pre-teen son trapped on the second floor and
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witnesses say they were shaken up, but okay. >> the one guy like bounced and fell on his head. the boy seemed okay. he was crying pretty hard. >> the red cross is assisting the students. the residents stayed on the campus overnight. >> thank you, tim. recruits are putting the 15 weeks training to the test. starting this morning a vacant home is set on fire at 36th and clarke and recruits are executing what they have learned in the past months before moving on. wisn 12 news time now is 5:06. boy, if you liked yesterday, you are going to like today. mel z is weather is so nice this november. sally: crazy warm to start with.
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november the warmest start ever. two record highs. the average temperature so far for november is the better part of 56 degrees. that is 12 degrees above the normal. we are on the way to a record today. we are forecasting 66 degrees. i keep the spirit of mark's forecast from last night. the record high set 2012 is 65. so we look at a fair amount of sunshine throughout the day. temperatures up to the mid 60s. you need the extra hair spray. >> both hands on the wheel, otherwise we are in good shape on the roadways. construction is wrapped up. 76 and 894 pretty quiet. full freeway speeds. no reason to worry on the system. the travel times are looking
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route to work, if you are exiting 94 east to hie one hundred has to do so a mile sooner. it is part of the construction project. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. ben: thank you, matt. later today milwaukee city leaders are looking at possibly banning the tobacco. it is proposed at this public safety committ morning. a third of the major league stadiums are tobacco free. >> manpower is hosting the job seminar for the local women. it is helping women to succeed and find a job and explore a new career. women have a chance to work with mentors to polish resumes and practice interviewing. >> later today, we energies is
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hundreds lined up for the book on saturday. today is outside of the expo center and 40 recipes from the well known wisconsinites. it is starting at 10:00 this morning. world series shirts will never hit the shelves. >> coming up on "wisn 12 news this morning", why the mlb is destroying one team's gear just a week after a championship win. >> free ge can play for free just in time for the weekend. now to tim elliott in the news room. tim: we have breaking news, two pennsylvania police officers have been shot. the shooting was reported within the past two hours or so 20 miles southwest of pittsburgh. our sister station is trying to learn more about the officers' conditions.
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>> we are 5:13, thursday morning. we get a look at the weatherwatch 12 camera network this is mounted at milwaukee institute of art and design in the third ward and it is quiet. the temperatures continue to climb today. 45 at the airport. the breezes southwest at 13 miles per hour. it is southwest breezes that push the tra we are talking about sunny and temperatures reaching into the mid 60s today. so a light jacket will do it early and windy warm up in place. >> no complaints on the roadways. overnight construction and it is wrapped up. this is moreland road. this is where the closure was. now you have to make a decision about a mile before, so you have to make a decision in waukesha
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line. if you forget, head off at 84th street. right now, things are looking great. full free speeds. travel times... that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. ben: thank you, matt. 5:14. developing overnight, a shooting in downtown seattle sends five people to the positive and two in critical condition. tim is following the story from the news room. tim. antitrump rally was taking place, the police don't believe it has anything to do with the protests. police say a man started fire into a crowd after argument outside of 7-eleven. police are still looking for the suspect that ran away from the scene. just blocks away from that shooting, a protest over donald
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demonstrations over this election. now, other cities like los angeles, new york and chicago, many of the protestor say they are looking to get their voices heard and for trump to listen once he takes office. we want to get to breaking news in pennsylvania this morning, sh shooting happened overnight 20 miles southwest of pittsburgh. our sister station is tryto this shooting involved two police officers, they were shot. the suspect is still on the run. the officers are trying to find that person. it is unclear what led up to the shooting as well. we are watching for new information throughout the morning. back to you. ben: thank you, tim. the mlb is breaking from annual tradition t league urnlly donates the world series gear
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doesn't win. this year they are asking for the retailers to give back to gear to destroy it. >> 5:16. veterans day is tomorrow and events are underway. later today the gofrn is honoring the vets. tonight you can attend a concert to benefit veterans. it is at 6:00 tonight at best pl the tickets are ten bucks in advance. a program that helps veterans with ptsd. >> tomorrow the vets can golf for free at the milwaukee park golf courses. jeremy, today is a great day for golfing too. jeremy: today is perfect. sally mentioned the breezes picking up, so we are at oakwood
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milwaukee park system in franklin. you notice the flag here. the winds are picking up. hey, it is november 10th #. we continue complain. beautiful day for golf today. we have sunrise a little before 7:00 a.m. no frost concerns this morning. now for veteran's day, tomorrow, the golf courses are running a tremendous deal to honor the veterans and current service members. the you have served in the now, go to one of the 15 milwaukee county parks golf courses and golf for free. call ahead, set up a tee time. tomorrow will be colder, just be aware of that. get out and enjoy the free golf. tomorrow layer up. today maybe golf pants and a polo on. it is a nice morning here. we have more coming up on the special at oakwood golf course
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systems. >> nice. >> who would have thought that is the weather we talk about in november. >> yes, golf. >> i have been driving by the county parks and people are out there. it is so mild. this weekend people will be golfing. he's right, it is cooler tomorrow, but free golf, get out and layer up. this morning temperatures are in fact, we have been warming up. we have 44 at brookfield. 45 brown deer. 45 at the airport. waukesha waking up at 41. i think we are close to 60 by noon. elsewhere 45 madison. 41 lake geneva. 43 west bend. hardly a cloud in the sky. we have to stretch a bit, we have some clouds to the north.
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through but not until later tonight and early tomorrow morning and with it the winds shift. we looking at a rapid warm up in place for us today. weekend is recovering nicely. take a look. saturday and sunday sunshine. so we'll cope with the sunshine for today, gusty southwest winds and highs near 66. that could be a record for us today. now, tonight, watch the cool front coming through for us. with it, some clouds in the morning tomorrow. iic cloudiness, especially closer to the lake. we stay dry, and chilly air and the winds we look at clouds and high near 50. we have up and down in the 7-day. 6 today. 40 tonight. near 50 for tomorrow. already warming up nicely 55 saturday. 60 sunday. early next week a slight chance of a few showers on tuesday. it is not looking like much to me.
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screech on the tv show saved by the bell. >> now the actor is opening up about his life. diamond serving 3 months for stabbing a man in port washington in a bar in 2014. later today, diamond is appearing on the dr. oz show. other childhood actors todd bridges and jamie foxworth are talking about life after stardom. you can watch dr. oz at 11:00 this morning on wisn >> newly developing, the milwaukee police are searching for someone wanted in one or two sexual assaults. this is a sketch of the man. police say that he sexually assaulted a woman walking on tuesday night near 76th and good hope road and could be responsible for an saument of another woman just blocks away earlier in the day. if you know anything that could
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>> no average trip to the mall. >> no. the 93-year-old wisconsin woman that decided to skip the stores and take a record setting risk. >> plus, chak lot lovers worst
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>> all right. good morning, everybody in west allis and thank you for the great thursday morning shout ou classrooms across southeast wisconsin. if you are interested in a visit, head to and click on the school shout out logo and we'll try to schedule a time for jeremy to stop by and say hello. >> a 93-year-old wisconsin woman is proving you are never too old
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mall of america. after water skiing and scuba diving first she go again. >> this morning a night time janitor is recognized for going the extra mile. he works in new hampshire, he vacuums a different design in the carpet and shapes and even wow. he's always wanted to do it, but his wife won't let him do it in the living room. he tried some sports. the first grade teacher says that the kids always look forward to finding a new design everyone morning. that issal tent. >> i love that. >> finding a forever home. >> coming up this morning, why
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>> plus a smoothly lands a mom behind bars and what is in it that could have made her daughter sick. >> taking a live look at the roads. we have a check with matt in a
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melinda: breaking overnight, thousands take to the streets protesting president-elect donald trump. impact the demonstrations had on traffic early this morning. ben: but first, weather watch 12 as we take a live look outside. it's going to be a windy day. we're also tracking a warmup that could break a record. good morning and welcome to "wisn 12 news this morning." i'm ben wagner. melinda: and i'm melinda davenport. it's 5:30 on this thursday, november 10th. let's start with the forecast. meteorologist sally severson is in the weather center. sal. sally: we have no reason to stray from mark's forecast in
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if we reach it, that is a record breaker for us. the current record is 65. maybe a jacket early this morning and the temperatures are climbing up quickly and most in the 40s. by noon up to 60 degrees. i expect the highs in the neighborhood 2:00, 3:00 to 66 degrees and windy, gusty winds are helping to bring the temperatures up. fair skies early tonight. incrng the 60s and falling into the mid 40s overnight. now to matt salemme as he's driving to news chopper 12. >> we are on the way out, good shape on the roadways and no complaints. 94 eastbound, you have to make a decision to exit hie one hundred earlier. things are quiet.


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