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>> great work there and that's what's making news in america this morning. ben: breaking overnight, a soccer team's plane crashes in the mountains of colombia. emergency crews are at the scene right now. what we're learning about the people who survived. melinda: plus, victory in philly. the green bay packers snap their four-game losing streak. we're with the team overnight as they celebrated the big win. >> but first, weather watch 12 as we take a live look outside. it'll feel a little like spring today here in southeast wisconsin. we're tracking how long that will last. good morning and welcome to "wisn 12 news this morning. i'm ben wagner. melinda: and i'm melinda davenport. it's 4:30 on this tuesday, november 29th. let's start with the forecast.
bide sized taste of spring. the rain moved well off and away. the low pressure is stacked across the dakotas and minnesota. that means south winds and temperatures warming up. 43 brookfield. brown deer 44 degrees this morning. 44 waukesha. west bepd coming in this morning at 43. for today sunny and breezy day. a touch of spring in the high. high of 56. tonight the clouds come back and lows around 41. mostly cloudy tomorrow and the highs in the 40s. 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. melinda: right now, we're following breaking news. members of a brazilian soccer team killed in an overnight plane crash. tim is live in the newsroom with the latest.
plane when it went down overnight in south america. most of the passengers and crew are believed to be dead. the crash happened in a mountainous area near medell?n, colombia. emergency crews are at the crash site right now. among the passengers were members of the brazilian soccer team chapecoense. the team was scheduled to play a regional tournament tomorrow. the south american soccer federation has canceled all activitiesnt there are reports that five people survived the crash. they are now being treated at hospitals in the area. officials say the plane declared an emergency while in the air. investigators are now trying to figure out exactly what went wrong. ben: thanks, tim. abc news is working to learn more about the overnight plane crash in colombia. look for the latest updates today on "good morning america" starting at 7:00 a.m. ben: looking ahead, protests are planned today at 20 airports
o'hare in chicago. thousands of workers are walking off the job. that includes baggage handlers, cleaners, wheelchair attendants, and private security officers. they are fighting to get $15 an hour wages, better working conditions, and the right to unionize. ben: later today, a protest in milwaukee fighting to earn $15 an hour. fast food and retail workers along with workers in other industries are planning to take part in nationwide protests. there's a rally planned later is near ninth and north in milwaukee. protest are also planned later today at city hall and at another local mcdonald's. melinda: looking ahead, wisconsin is moving forward with a recount of the presidential election. former green party candidate jill stein is footing the bill for the recount and she has to pay up today. the deadline is 4:30 this afternoon. stein raised millions of dollars to pay for the recount. the wisconsin elections commission met yesterday to set a schedule. the plan is to finish the recount by december 12th.
13th. pennsylvania will have a recount too. stein filed the paperwork requesting the recount yesterday. she's also pushed to recount presidential votes in michigan. the race there was too close to call for weeks. it was only officially called for donald trump yesterday. >> milwaukee county's sheriff met with president-elect donald trump yesterday. sheriff david clarke was in new york city at trump tower. he didn't make any comments about the meeting but he gave cameras a thumbs-up after leaving trump's office. clarke could end up with a job in trump's administration. >> now to big 12 sports. it's an exciting morning for packers fans. green bay is celebrating a win over the philadelphia eagles. big 12 sports' stephen watson is at lincoln financial field with overnight reaction. >> good morning. last night aaron rodgers
113 of those going to adams, who is now the leading receiver for the packers. >> this is one we had to have. we put ourselves in a pretty difficult position but came on the road and getting a big one today. >> he's a bray maker and growing each and every week and the confidence is growing and it is fun to watch and the more guys out there making the plays, the better. >> the packers conve #% of the third downs on monday night and that is highest for the season among all of the nfl teams. >> we were in a rhythm when it comes to making the plays. we talking about that, breaking the tackle and get the first down and across the board everyone was making the plays and putting us in the situations. >> some people thought rodgers was crazy when he thought that
and the locker room believes in, in three of the past four seasons packers made the playoffs despite being below 500 at some point. melinda: thanks, stephen. last night's win means the packers have now snapped their four-game losing streak. next up, they'll take on the houston texans at lambeau field on sunday. that will be a good game. i don't know who to root for. >> wisn 12 news time is 4:36. a teenage daredevil in trouble ben: the dangerous hobby that's getting him in trouble. authorities say it's not the first time he's been arrested for climbing too high. melinda: plus, a group of teenagers mob a candy store. the mess they left behind when
party sunny skies for today. low pressure is continuing to linger to the west, but we have no worries with it for today, as we look at being on the warm side of this and with southerly breezes the temperatures currently in the 40s climbing up to into the 50s today. it is a hypothetical of spring on this giving tuesday. ben, melinda. >> thank you, sal. now out the door and headed back to work. 94, 76 the pavement is wet out there. drive times are in the green. melinda: new this morning, a new jersey teenager is in trouble for his daredevil habits. ben: he's been caught climbing new york skyscrapers without any safety equipment. look at this. the 19-year-old has recorded videos of himself climbing the buildings and showing off the views at the top.
all with a selfie stick. back in 2014, he was arrested for breaking into one world trade and climbing to the top. all the way to the top. police say he could face more charges for his latest stunts. melinda: what happens -- any way. right, right, exactly. ben: also new this morning, a mob of teenagers pour into a candy store. left leaving the store a mess. this happened in connecticut. the owner says the kids left behind a lot of damage. police are studying the surveillance video trying to identify the teenagers. this morning the candy store is back open. melinda: right now, police in florida are looking for two men who spent their thanksgiving breaking into a restaurant. ben: surveillance camera caught them smashing the front door and walking into the business. once inside, they went straight for the cash registers. they ripped the machines out and left.
$2,000 in the registers. >> wisn 12 news time is 4:41. three generations of women and girls survive a serious crash. melinda: the baby who disappeared in the aftermath. where firefighters finally found her and the emotional message the family is sharing. ben: plus, flights to a forbidden destination. the airlines that are finally taking americans to cuba and the list that's keeping some people
>> 4:45. we get a live look at international airport this morning. a lot of people travelling between sunday and monday back from the holiday and early this morning the temperatures are showing up in the 40s. this is a live look at at waukesha. 46 degrees. the winds are southwest at 14. it is a southwest wind for today that spells a nice warm up. most of the rain is moving off
the 50s. easy breezy today. cooler later in the week. we show you why we are watching parts of next week. melinda: right now, fires burning out of control near gatlinburg, tennessee. the fires are still growing. they've already burned dozens of buildings. wisn 12 news' tim elliott is following the latest information. tim? tim: the wildfires began near the great smoky mountains and are now putting several towns in danger. gatlinburg is known for its resorts, some have been evacuated this morning as fires get closer. some people are stuck in the town as roads are closed down. 30 buildings in gatlinburg caught fire. the city's aquarium has been evacuated but more than 10,000 animals are still inside. that building has not caught fire but it is in danger. ben? >> tim, thank you. ben: right now, investigators are trying to find out if terrorism is the motive behind an attack at ohio state university.
plowed his car into a crowd on campus and then slashed victims with a knife. the suspect, an ohio state student of somali descent, was killed by campus police. the man's mother says he had complained about his grades at osu. ben: new this morning, an off-duty officer shoots and kills a suspect at an illinois walmart. police say the officer was shopping when he saw the suspect. he shot the man, who managed to get in a car and drive away. at the hospital. police in cahokia haven't said why the man was wanted by police. melinda: a family in arkansas survived a serious car crash over the weekend. now they're sharing their story. a semi clipped their car on the interstate. one of the women in the car says her mother was flung out of the car onto the road. she pulled her out of traffic. an eight-month-old baby disappeared from the car during the chaos. firefighters found her safe inside of a drainage grate about
three generations of women safe and thanking god. >> i'm happy to be alive because -- you know, i sit and i cry. i think i could have been dead. my niece could have been dead. my sister could have been dead. my mama could have been planning three funerals but she don't have to because we are all alive. melinda: the driver of the semi has been cited for making an improper lane change. be official state of mourning after fidel castro's death. later today, cubans will gather in a main plaza for a demonstration. it's the same square where castro held a series of huge rallies. tomorrow, castro's ashes will begin a three-day trip to santiago where he will be interred. ben: yesterday, travelers flew from new york to havana, cuba for the first time in decades. jet blue operated the first commercial flight along that route. passengers applauded and cheered when the plane landed in havana.
delta and united will start flights to cuba this week. united starts flying today and delta starts on thursday. it's still illegal to visit cuba as tourists. americans need to fit into 12 authorized travel categories. like athletic competitions, educational research and family visits. melinda: new this morning, an update to a story we told you about yesterday. a world trade organization is calling a deal between boeing and washington state illegal. the organization ruled yesterday revoked in the next 90 days. the wto is asking the u.s. government to end the subsidy. this conflict is part of a long standing rivalry between boeing and airbus, a european plane maker. melinda: black friday, small business saturday, and cyber monday. those are all over. so today, the focus is shifting to giving tuesday. it's a 24-hour-long push to get you to donate to any charity or non-profit organization of your
reminding people to make sure they're only giving to legitimate and trustworthy groups. ben: new this morning, the u.s. capitol now has a christmas tree. the tree arrived yesterday. crews used a crane to get the tree upright on the lawn in -- look at how big that is too -- front of the capitol building. there is a wisconsin tree in the blue room of the white house. >> it is looking nice there and mild here too. >> most of the locations an inch orte steady rain in the late afternoon and evening hours and you are not shovelling the rain. tho would have been a big snow maker. here we are with a look. the green is gone on the radar. moving off and away. but we still have low pressure stacked over parts of the dakotas and minnesota. it is not moving much today.
breezes and coupled with the sunshine, temperatures warming up nicely. these readings are typically what we look for with the high around 40 degrees. 41 waukesha. 44 degrees at fond du lac also at sheboygan. a little star shine on the way in. as far as the temperatures are concerned in the region, everyone at or above the seasonal normals. we get in on a little bit sunshine for the day. the model is painting us clears, clear, clear. the snow is continuing over parts of minnesota. the part earn is beginning to drift to the east and beginning to break down just a fit. tomorrow morning at 7:00 mostly cloudy skies. a couple of disturbances tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow
the moisture on wednesday or thursday is light. 56 today. it is a hint of spring. 40 for tonight. 48 for tomorrow. the temperatures holding 40 or just a little better through the period. ben? >> 4:52. 41, 94, starting to pick up a little bit on this tuesday morning. the drti green right now... melinda: right now, protests still going on over a pipeline in north dakota. now the state's governor has ordered the protesters to leave. wisn 12 news' tim elliott is following the latest developments. tim. tim: governor jack dalrymple is ordering the protesters to move out because their semi-permanent shelters don't follow building codes and because of winter weather. the land the protesters are camping on is controlled by the
state, but dalrymple said he has the power to make the order under the state's disaster legislation. right now there are between two and three thousand protesters camping on the land. officials say they won't take any actions to force the protesters to leave. back to you. >> tim, thank you. melinda: a couple in california disappeared in the snow. now there's a happy ending to their story. the couple was found safe yesterday. they had called theiso in the snow but he didn't hear from them again. >> i'm telling them they're not going back four-wheeling again! that's for sure. you know what? the truck's buried in snow. leave it! it's not coming back. they can, whatever they want, they're not doing that again. searchers found the couple stuck in their vehicle. officials say they're both in good condition this morning >> former playboy model is in
chat post. last year she took a photo krit tiezing a body. she didn't try to invade privacy. >> right now, a group of sea turtles are getting treatment. they were found near boston. they have been flown to south carolina. they have a sea turtle recovery treated who are named after star wars, luke, and more. the smallest weighs half a pound. >> holiday celebration mystery. >> three people are dead after a church's thanksgiving gathering, the one clue that the investigators are working with. >> presidential recountry in wisconsin, why a former
>> they tracked two hundred thousand women and kids. in fact, the study didn't find any link between the two. >> doctors are hoping to treat knew moan y in children with fewer antibiotics. they have studied up to 400 kids and investigate whether the five days of antibiotics with treat the infection as well as the ten days of they are using the lowest possible dose and helping to keep the an antibiotics working. >> a gene defect is found to affect early on sell of parkinson's disease. the reason for the increase researchers say that the faulty
>> children have behavioral problems after a divorce and feel sad for many years. experts say it is important for the parents to answer the children's questions honestly and keep a normal routine. it is 5:00, the news continues right now. >> good morning. thank you for being with us on "wisn 12 news this morning." i'm ben wagner. >> i'm melinda davenport, 5:00, tuesday, november 29th. sweet celebration for the packers, they are celebrating after the victory over the philadelphia eagles. >> and later fight for 15 rallies across the country today and where you may run into the
this tuesday morning. matt is tracking the commute, but first meteorologist sally severson. >> bidding farewell to the rain. it was steady sunday night and monday and later again on monday. most of the locations picking up one inch. we are dry for now. in fact, seeing a little sunshine. visibility is good. 45 at the airport. winds are southwest at dew point down 37. so the air mass is beginning to dry out. any early clouds are thinning out a bit. calling for party sunny skies and up to 56 degrees this afternoon. we see the southwest breezes 12-22 miles per hour. matt, we fall back to the 40s for the next few days. >> the roads are starting to dry