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president-elect donald trump met for the very first time. the meeting extending beyond the original schedule, it is for outsiders to american democracy an incredible scene. >> the peaceful transition of power. we now are going to want to do everything we can to help you succeed because if you succeed, then the country succeeds. this is what makes american democracy extraordinary. >> i very much look forward to dealing with the president in the future, including counsel. after an extremely contentious election campaign, president obama and president-elect donald trump met together in the oval office for an hour and a half. their bitter wounds apparently healing. >> , great honor being with you. >> as they sign-post to the nation the ideal of country over party. >> very good man, very good man. >> the president elect also traveled to the capitol to meet with senate majority leader mitch mcconnell and an adversary from within the republican party, speaker of the house paul ryan, who showed him where he will be inaugurated and discuss what they plan to do when that happens. >> and with a republican majority in both houses of congress the president-elect has , greater power to make those
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lana zak, abc news, the capitol. patrick: like lana mentioned, the president-elect also met with house speaker paul ryan. this was the first time the two men have appeared together in front of the cameras. ryan and trump never campaigned together. people are protesting trump's election win in philadelphia for a second night. these are live pictures of protesters marching through the streets. organizers told protesters to wear black and carry candles. there have been a wave of protests across the u.s. in the last 24 hours. there were rallies in chicago, new york, oakland and los angeles. officials say more than 100 people have been arrested. in oakland, protesters broke windows and started fires. in l.a., they shutdown a freeway. and in the big apple, protesters blocked traffic outside trump's manhattan home. >> we are very scared of what is going to happen to the lgbt community. >> the faa has imposed flight restrictions around trump tower in new york.
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guarding out front. tonight on world news, a look at who the president-elect might pick for his cabinet. and a breakdown of the voters who cast a ballot for donald trump on tuesday. you can watch their coverage tonight at 5:30, right after this newscast. toya: a night out at potawatomi casino ends badly for a shorewood man. police say he might have been followed home then robbed of his winnings. wisn 12 news mike anderson is live at the casino. mica police are now issuing a , -- mike, police are now issuing a warning. >> they want to bring attention this case. they say the shorewood man was here at potawatomi last night, then robbed at gunpoint outside his home right after leaving here. investigators say it happened in the parking lot at man's shorewood apartment building. it was about 3:50 a.m. >> the suspect took the money then got into a red minivan with no plates which was waiting for him, then fled eastbound on east edgewood. a spokesman for potawatomi told 12 news the police did request surveillance video from their security team and it was provided to police. they're looking to see if he was followed.
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statement saying the safety of our guests and employees is of the highest priority. and all guests can request a security escort to their -- there parked vehicle. >> it is possible he was followed. >> here is what pottawattamie told us. they sent us a statement saying the safety of our guests and employees is of the highest priority and all guests their parked vehicle. also, guests can request a check cut for their winnings if they don't feel comfortable carrying cash. the suspect's description is very vague. shorewood police are reminding people that we're getting close to the holidays, and this time of year you can bet that the thieves are going to come out. reporting live tonight mike anderson, wisn 12 news. kathy: thank you. toya: thank you, mike. this isn't the first time
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12 news investigated similar cases last year. they include a woman followed home to richfield and robbed while in her own driveway. we have surveillance video of woman being followed by a man accused of following her to her greenfield home. patrick: new tonight police have , arrested the suspected driver in a hit and run crash that killed a five-year-old milwaukee girl. police say the 30-year-old was taken into custody around ten -- 10:00 this morning on the city's northwest side. no other details are being released. he's accused of driving the porsche suv that struck and killed rickyia langham sunday on leon terrace near constance. her family tells wisn 12 news she was with her mom on her way to church when she was hit. patrick: new information about a woman hit and killed by a semi on the interstate. it happened on i-94 near college avenue. the milwaukee county sheriff's office tells 12 news that witnesses say the woman was walking along the freeway ramp when she looked right at the semi and ran in front of it. you can see from newschopper 12, the semi driver stayed at the scene. the woman has not yet been identified. an autopsy is scheduled for tomorrow. a car crash in milwaukee ends up on a sidewalk.
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this happened just before noon near 22nd and north. we're told the 50-year-old woman driving the chevy malibu has serious injuries. the driver of the jeep is expected to be ok. police are sorting out what happened. toya: a milwaukee mom wants to care for her premature son the way she sees fit but the state , is fighting her. wisn 12 news colleen henry investigates. >> the mom claims her strict religious beliefs forbid certain medical treatment. now, child welfare advocates are stepping in, claiming it's a matter of life and death for the newborn baby. >> i want my son to live but i , don't want his body being polluted with anything that is not necessary to sustain his life. >> 12 news investigates a dramatic case unfolding right now in milwaukee's children's court. toya: see colleen henry's investigation, faith versus medicine, tonight only on wisn 12 news at 10:00.
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we are just two weeks away from one of the busiest travel periods of the year. the tsa is hoping to make it a smoother ride at airport security. they held a show and tell at mitchell international this morning, showing off some of the most common items people try to smuggle through security checkpoints every day. they include large bottles of liquids, knives, and tools. >> our officers have to react to them, causing a delay in our screening process. delayed. patrick: the tsa screens about 10,000 people daily at milwaukee's airport. the agency expects that number to increase to 12,000 to 13,000 passengers between thanksgiving and new year's. new tonight, a new sendik's will soon open down the street from miller park. toya: according to our partners at biztimes milwaukee, the store on miller park way and burnham will open tuesday. sendik's says it wanted to open that location before the holiday shopping season. it hired 140 full and part time workers. the miller park location is the first of six new stores sendik's plans to open over the next
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new on 12, the first total wine in wisconsin is now open. the store is at calhoun and bluemound in brookfield. it features more than 8,000 kinds of wine, 3,000 types of spirits and 500-craft beers. , total wine plans to open another location soon at the 84-south shopping center in greenfield. the green bay packers are helping the salvation army raise money for those in need. patrick: players will be signing autographs at lambeau field on monday night's during the holiday season. fans are asked to donate a minimum $20. quarterback aaron rodgers has pledged to match each donation made during the autograph signings. the names of each player available will be announced the tuesday before each event. the first signing is next monday with linebackers blake martinez and jake ryan. toya: it was a record-breaking day for november weather. mark, we hit 66 degrees today. mark: 66.
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coming. how much cooler we will get, next in weatherwatch 12. toya: then, macy's says no to donald trump. what the retailer is pulling from its stores because of the president-elect. plus -- >> moving to wisconsin where i live now, living in such a small town. patrick: he played screech on saved by the bell and now lives in wisconsin. tonight, dustin diamond clears the air about his fight and arrest at a local bar. >> hey everybody. i'm ben wagner. >> and i'm melinda davenport. santa's elves taking to the streets.
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patrick: street. the dow jones closes on a record high. the dow gained more than 200 points to end trading at 18,807. that beats the all-time high set in august. the record was fueled by big gains by companies like goldman sachs and ibm. macy's is permanently ditching the trump label. toya: that's right. the retailer says it will no longer carry his clothing line. macy's temporarily dropped the line last year following donald trump's comments about mexican immigrants on the first day of his campaign. the ceo says macy's has no plans to restore it now that the
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he told cnbc if hillary clinton had a clothing line, macy's wouldn't carry that either because it's not a political company. macy's still carries ivanka trump's line of clothing and accessories. three retail giants are rolling out black friday plans. walmart and target will open at 6:00 p.m. on thanksgiving day. best buy will open an hour earlier at 5:00 p.m. as for the featured deals walmart has high-def tvs , starting at $125. target will have 30% off shoes and 25% off apple tv models. on fitbits and video games. patrick: the most difficult time of his life. that's how former saved by the bell star, and current port washington resident, dustin diamond described his time in jail to dr. oz. diamond was sentenced to four months after stabbing a man during an altercation at a bar on christmas day of 2014. he served three months of the sentence. diamond added he thinks the incident was magnified because port washington is a small town.
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if i do anything, you hear about it in the news the next day, so going through something of this magnitude was really embarrassing. it makes you feel like you don't want to go outside. patrick: diamond finished by saying he learned a lot and has fallen in love with the state of wisconsin. toya: right now, we want to take a look at what's coming up all new tonight at 6:00. joyce garbaciak is in the newsroom with a look ahead. joyce: new tonight at 6:00, a boulder rolls into rush-hour traffic, smashing into a car. >> i lup see this big boulder. this big rock sitting in the left lane. joyce: only on wisn 12, hear more from the man who watched it all unfold on i-94. then, local latino students told to go back to mexico. marquette high school responds to the accusations of bullying on the heels of donald trump's election win. tune in for these stories and more tonight on wisn 12 news at 6:00. toya: a new look on local roads is helping to keep you safe. wisn 12 news lindsey slater shows us how medians are
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floods. >> normally when you look at a stretch of road, it crowns at the top, allowing for excess water to runoff into the ditches and the side streets. and the side streets. when there's too much water, that can build up fast. here at 44th and bradley in brown deer is where five lanes of concrete used to be. now multiple bioswales are in its place doing what nature does best. community development director nate piotrowski realized that changes had to be made in several areas across the city. >> in this case, we changed the pitch of the road so that it close to the center. >> this allows a place for the water to go that's not pooling on the roads. not only does it help with storm water management, but it's also aesthetically pleasing. >> i think it benefits everyone in the milwaukee river basin because all this water eventually flows into our streams and into our rivers, and
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which also act as a big water filter removing pollutants, it indirectly helps to clean the water you may eventually drink. reporting in brown deer, i'm meteorologist lindsey slater, wisn 12 news. toya: officials say you'll see more of these projects in brown deer thanks to grants from the wisconsin dnr and mmsd. well from army green to the , greens veterans can tee it up , for free on veterans day. patrick: all 15 milwaukee county golf courses are open for free golf to veterans. this is video from the oakwood golf course in franklin. all you have to do is present >> all milwaukee county parks, veterans play for free. it is just one thing we can do to get back for all their time they have given to us. patrick: you're encouraged to call ahead for a tee time. and good news for all golfers, the courses plan to stay open until the snow flies. toya: nothing close to snow in our forecast today. patrick: just warmth and a record high, mark.
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talking about record highs, so let's keep this going. at some point it will change. there is a cold front on the way. we start with breaking a record set only four years ago when it was 65 degrees in 2012. 77, 60 4, 65, 62, 62, 70: 59, 56, that is a pretty good start. we have ever had. maybe we can add to that. you go from 66, then it is dark out. it is so strange we are this form does late in the season. 64 degrees at 5:00. wes, southwesterly wind at 20 miles per hour. green bay, lambeau field, warm there as well, upper 60's. racine, looking to the west, a
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thing about this november. it's not that our temperatures have been crazy warm, it is we have had sunshine no most every single day and almost wall-to-wall. it does not happen in this part of the country this time of year. we are usually cloudy and people get crabby. people should not be crabby, they should be happy because we have wonderful weather. there is a cold front on the way. before that, win strou that is why we warmed up so much. i want you to tell me where is the cold front? where is the cold air? there is nothing there. records in minneapolis. there is a cold front in here. the big change for us is the fact we will get wind out of the northeast tomorrow, but the lake is running so warm that it will not be that cold. 66 with a high today, 51 tomorrow. yes, you would need a jacket or fleece.
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weekend, 55 saturday, 60 sunday. it will be delightful again. at some point, this craziness will end, but embrace and while we have it. when the again tomorrow, so if you rape to the leaves today, same story tomorrow. less wind on saturday. -- if you rake the leaves today, same story tomorrow. nothing going on. this is so weird. we will show you that in the second. there is a cold front going into our area right now. there are no clouds, no moisture at all. here is the wind changing. that will be the difference, that northeasterly wind tomorrow will make it cooler, but not that bad for this time of year. saturday, look at all that sunshine back in the forecast again. now let's go way ahead in time.
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not tomorrow, but in the offing is this big low-pressure center that looks like it will bring in wind, showers, maybe thunderstorms, and depending on the track, we will watch the potential for some places picking up snow. i had to throw that in, didn't i? 51 the high on friday. 55 saturday. 60 sunday. so we are back to the warmth on next week. it is nice and toasty. 55 monday. shower. 53 wednesday. 58 thursday. we may get to 60 again towards the end of next week. then we will finally cap into some colder air. until then, enjoy the next week of above-average temperatures. toya: thank you. patrick: coming up new tonight on wisn 12 news, a milwaukee woman's wheelchair stolen from her home. her struggle to stay independent, and her offer to the people to who took it. and new sunglasses to help you , stay connected online.
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them, coming up tonight at 10:00. toya: do you go to bed at a reasonable hour and still have trouble staying asleep? patrick: the afternoon activity you might be doing at work that's keeping you up at night. toya: then, we'll tell you about one ingredient in your daily vitamin that's showing serious
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patrick: new tonight, spending some time in the sun could help breast cancer patients. toya: researchers in new york studied the link between vitamin d and breast cancer. they followed a group of women throughout the course of their disease no matter what stage researchers found that the higher the levels of vitamin d a patient had, the better the prognosis. vitamin d comes from sunshine, food, and supplements. of course, where your sunscreen. now your afternoon pick me up , might be affecting your sleep at night. new research the journal of the national sleep foundation says people who sleep fewer than five hours a night are 21% more likely to go for sugary, caffeinated drinks in the middle of the afternoon. but experts aren't sure if sleep deprivation makes people go for those drinks or if sugary drinks
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patrick: sounds like a cycle maybe? toya: maybe don't do it for a while and see what works. patrick: there you go. toya: another day, another new starbucks cup. patrick: the coffee giant debuted its holiday cups today. this year, starbucks is putting christmas images back on its cups. they feature designs created by customers that include snow flakes, reindeer, christmas lights and ornaments. , there are 12 festive designs created by 13 women from six countries. last yeata fire. some people called their red cups plain and said they didn't have enough christmas. toya: we follow the sugary, caffeinated drink's with a coffee story. patrick: the forecast next. announcer: feast your eyes on
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patrick: we told you earlier about anti-trump protests. this is one in milwaukee. these are live pictures of
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park. the protest is scheduled to begin in a few minutes. we will bring you updates at 6:00. tomorrow is veterans day. toya: a restaurant opened to give veterans training in the food service industry and ease transition into civilian life. three years later, the caf? is getting an official accommodation from the state for all they do to help veterans. >> you think about the freed , the election we just had, we take these things for granted. toya: you can visit the caf? near 35th and wisconsin avenue. patrick: some tense moments inside the operating room. >> what do we need to know an order to do our jobs and not simply the mechanics? >> we are not being mechanics. toya: a critical surgery brings
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richard on an all-new "grey's anatomy" at 7:00. that's followed by "notorious" at 8:00 and "how to get away with murder" at 9:00. then we are back here for 12 news at 10:00. patrick: i think mark has a picture he wants to share. toya: there is a lot to unbundle here. mark: i really wanted to wear this into work. we are closing in on christmas. i was at boston store because they have the event going on and i was there to try and other things. why not? toya: stunning. mark: let's talk about the here and now. warm temperatures, 56 at 6:00. the average high is 49 degrees. we have not been in the 40's now for almost six months in a row. westerly wind will change to the northwest as a cold front comes in, but it does not have that much cold air.
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the green screen. i think you should. tonight, face to face. president-elect trump and president 0 warm ma in the oval office. they had never met. you will hear from both of them and the comments picked up on mike. melania trump meets michelle obama. preparing the next first lady. then mr. trump take on the the and hillary clinton. 24 hours after conceding, the mom who was hiking discovering clinton walking her dogs. also tonight, a divided america. the new messages of hate now emerging in schools. the chants of "build that wall" in a cafeteria. >> build that wall! >> and this message in a high school hallway. >> white power. >> and the new protests after the election. also tonight, the deadly police ambush. one officer killed, another shot. what authorities then discover


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