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welcome to "wisn 12 news this morning." i'm ben wagner. >> i'm me linda davenport. >> storms turn deadly in the south, a possible tornado toufrped down. >> we have a look at the morning commute. >> first to sally. >> early this morning the teat upper 20s to the low 30s. right now 34 degrees at mitchell international. the bus stop weather for this morning becoming mostly cloudy and out of to 30s and into the 40s. now here is a look at the airport. the skies are fair and 34. the winds right now southwest. we look at the southwest breezes for much of the day today. as far as snow chances, as we roll into december, there is a
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once again later sunday and keeping on midweek next week. now to mat salemme in news chopper 12. >> we are over the bypass. lincoln over the top of the freeway there. right now, we have good clip going. full freeway speeds. dry pavem a report of a crash near holt and 43, 94. tim, back to you. >> matt, thank you so much. i am here in the news room and foming breaking news, president-elect donald trump up early this morning and tweeting out major news. this first tweet coming down 20 minutes ago and announces he's having a press conference in two weeks in new york city to announce he's leaving his great business in total in order to
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great again. while i am not mandated to do this under the law, i feel it is important not to have a conflict of interest with the businesses and this is coming down, hence, legal documents are being crafted which takes me completely out of business operations. the presidency is far more an important task. the tweets are coming down this morning. putting together his cabinet, preparing for the presidency and inaugurated in january. >> tim, thank you. >> now to the latest on president-elect's transition. today he's going to announce more members to the cabinet. >> good morning. president-elect donald trump is
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with the latest selections. today president-elect donald trump is said to name former goldman executive as the treasury secretary and ross as commerce secretary. the pair of a rollout, including tom price for helping health and human services and former labor secretary as transportation secretary. all eyes are on the opening for secrar president-elect donald trump and staff dined with mitt romney. >> i had a wonderful evening with president-elect donald trump. we have had a discussion about affairs throughout the world. trump touted an agreement with carrier, an indiana air conditioning company, it reached a deal with the president and vice president electric to keep a thousand jobs in the state after threatening to move the manufacturing to mexico. president-elect donald trump
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same day he's launching a thank you tour for the voters with a rally in ohio. live in washington, "wisn 12 news this morning." >> thank you. to a big story this morning, development in wisconsin's presidential election recount. a judge ruled that ballots do not have to be counted by hand. an appeal on that decision could be filed later dood. it is a back and forth across the country. milwaukee with the latest on the recount, good morning, hillary. >> good morning. every county has a secure location for the recounting. for milwaukee county it is here near kk and maple, north of beecher. this is where it is happening tomorrow, the recount will begin and a judge decided that counties can count ballots
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former green party candidate, stien is the one that start thissed and paying for the recount process. she wanted the counties to recount the ballots by hand, but a judge decided that it is up to the county. now stien's attorney is considering an appeal by that and would have to be filed today. the recount is scheduled to start tomorrow. again at the locations here. also ts police officer standing guard here and keeping an eye on things. i didn't get much information when i asked why he was called here but i think it is pretty clear he's watching on things and again, right now, we don't know in milwaukee county will recount by hand or electronically. we are live in milwaukee, "wisn 12 news this morning." >> hillary, thank you. last night the green party
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the recount process. people are allowed to watch, take notes and record video. there are 2.9 million ballots to be recounted. if you see a problem, you can step in and say something to an election official. >> recap, the recount is starting tomorrow across wisconsin 72 counties. a dane county ruled that the ballots can be counted electronically or by hand. the state hopes to finish the recount in 12 days, electoral college meets december 19th to electric the next president. >> milwaukee police are investigating a shooting outside of a high school. one person is in the hospital this morning. tim is following the latest from the news room. tim. tim: this shooting happened across the street from vincent high school. someone shot a 19-year-old man and took off. a student driver and instructor were in this area.
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driving school say that the student and car were not directly involved but the injured man told them that he had been shot. now the police say that the man wept to the hospital. right now investigators still trying to track down whoever shot him. >> the numbers are in, now after wisconsin's nine day gun day deer hunt, 197,000 deer were killed and that is 6% drop from last year. the dnr r roughly 13,000 fewer licenses than last year. >> wisn 12 news time now is 6:07. gorgeous day yesterday and back to the gloom and gray. >> i saw hillary's breath out there too. it is cold. sally: temperatures are upper 20s and lower 30s this morning. sunrise 7:02. we get a little sunshine in place early this morning. we are looking at the third ward
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winds are calm. light winds for much of the day today. a cooler air mass is arooiing and ten degrees cooler today than yesterday. 54 yesterday. 44 today. rain and snow chances they are on the increase. we are going to keep an eye on next week. early temperatures 35 madison and 34 at the airport. now to matt up in news chopper 12. >> this was a rough ride with the crash. we have a sheriff's deputy sweeping up the glass i the other side of the on-ramp and the car is up on the median wall. it could be upside down. there are injuries. you are seeing paramedics and fire crews are on the scene. the left lane is blocked and the holt avenue onramp. we are continuing to keep an eye
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plainfield curve up to holt. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> thank you, matt. also, time now 6:08. new, a person is dead after storms ripped through alabama. officials are saying a possible tornado hit a town and killing three people. there are reports of other injuries. dozens of homes have been destroyed. >> deadly wild fires are consuming parts of tennessee, thousands of people have been evacuated, including the tourists. now back to tim getting a closer look at the destruction in the news room this this morning. tim? tim: i am looking at the active wild fires, a lot of them as we mentioned in the gatlinburg, tennessee area and the flames destroyed 15,000 acres, including a hundred homes. the wild fired are blamed for three deaths as well. there are strong winds and dry
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is helping to ved the flames. the national parks service is saying that the fire is quote human caused and under investigation. the tennessee governor is saying this is the largest fire that they have seen in the state for the past one hundred years. it is unclear when the residents are able to run home, if at all, any time soon. >> the milwaukee bucks are taking a page from the brewers. >> what could be on tap, see what i project. >> brightening up the milwaukee skyline, we have a preview of the holiday liebts display in
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>> we have trouble on the roads, holt onramp is closed. a vehicle is upside down on the
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the left lane northbound. they have just finished sweeping up the glass from the left lane and reopened. but the onramp is closed. take chase up to lincoln. now, we have delays starting in the mitchell interchange and to the krach site. be prepared for that. right now 17 minutes from the airport into downtown. try 794 to avoid the that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> matt, thank you. investigators are trying to figure out what motivated an ohio state student to carry out an attack. tim is here with the latest. tim. >> minutes before the attack, the suspect posted on facebook he was complaining about the treatment of muslims. now isis is not mentioned in
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group claims he was a soldier of the islamic state. the investigators are saying they believe that the 18-year-old student was inspired by the isis propaganda. president-elect donald trump tweeted saying quote isis is taking credit for the terrible stabbing attack at ohio state university, but a student who shouldn't have been in our country. they have confirmed hefts born in somalia pakistan back in 2014. >> we are learning more about a deadly plane crash in south america. the plane crashed yesterday morning. 77 people were on board and six people survived and the charter plane carrying members of a brazil soccer team. investigators say that the plane
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>> wisn 12 news time now is 6:15. it was a big night at the bradley center for the bucks. the team ended the world champions four game winning streak. there was a career high of 34 points, a huge dunk here. 118-101 bucks. they take on the brooklyn nets tomorrow night. >> a brewery could be in the bucks future in the entertainment district. they have mentioned on west juneau, show casing large scale brewery equipment. that means beer. here is the rendering showing the brewing equipment there. the tanks on the left no. specific vendors or restaurants are named. the possibly brewery next to the beer garden, the district and the knew arena are expected to open in the fall of 2018.
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toys for tots collection is taking place on sunday at lambeau prior to the noon game. cash donations are accepted as well. the marines will be stationed in the parking lots to accept the donations prior to the game. 6:17. this morning we are counting down to a seasonal favorite here in milwaukee. >> yes, the miller coors holiday lights display is opening to the joining us is jeremy with a preview. hey, jeremy. jeremy: good morning. it is going to display six hundred thousand lights. kendra is with us. >> good morning. >> talk about the display, it is bigger and better than ever. >> yes, six hundred thousand lights and new partners this
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production. just excited to show it off. >> tell us how this runs. >> so this friday night the public tours, mini tour, this actual light show, art caves and free beer if you are 21 or older. tours start at 4:30 p.m. and running every 20 minutes up until 9:00 p.m. and same thing on saturday and repeatingh >> so a few weeks to check out the holiday lights display, this is animated and we have some of the lights on this morning. check this out, starting friday in the miller valley. back to you. >> i love the sneak previews. >> yes, very cool. >> much more to come. >> yesterday 54 degrees. no 50s in the 7-day.
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forecast. not a lot of snow. better chances for rain snow mix. we look at 33 degrees in concordia. the winds are southwest at six. just beginning to get light. sunrise at 7:02. you can see the clouds approaching. the skies becoming mostly cloudy during the day today. low pressure is stacked up across minnesota and little disturbances are pivoting around the low and enough to put a little mix in the forecast for us this afternoon and maybe patchy snow showers tonight. 34 at the airport. time line for today, the clouds are thickening this morning, gray skies this afternoon. we watch the radar as we look at a chance for a light mix in place very late afternoon and
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noon, a light mix showing up across parts of southern and central wisconsin. our model is not go doing a great job with the temperatures, painting us too cool. a light mix this afternoon or chilly showers. we could see a snow shower or two tonight. i don't expect significant accumulation. the ground is very warm. this is a anything. 44 today. 44 tomorrow. a mix. we call for cooler highs toward the end of the week. now the matt over breaking news. >> yeah, we have a crash on the freeway, on the onramp from holt and howard avenue. the squads have the ramp blocked. the car came oup the median wall and youp side down on the wall. the emergency crews have left as well. they are waiting for the tow.
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curve on up. 17 minutes from the airport to downtown. try taking 6th street to lincoln or beecher to get around the crash site. thank you, matt. >> the famous chocolate cake and other items can be shipped as a temperature sandwiches and ribs can be given as a gift. the cake is delivered with a do it yourself frosting kit. i have not tried them yet. >> we have to do that. >> this week. >> sounds good. shopping for a good cause. >> the company using black friday profits to fight climate change. >> an opportunity for a million dollar robbery and the hunt for
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very valuable bucket filled with
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ben: good morning wauwatosa. thank you for the wednesday morning school shout out. wisn 12 is stopping by the schools across southeast wisconsin throughout the school year. >> if you are interested in getting a visit, head to wisn.com and click on the logo. while there, submit nominations tr the top teacher award. >> new on wisn 12, an intesh net challenge that produced hundreds of viral videos is going go phenomenon. and facebook. it is the ice bucket challenge on display at the smithsonian. they have opened an exhibit on history of philanthropisty. the first bucket used is show cased. back in 201 # 4, the campaign raised more than $50 million for als research. >> one company is using the
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to give back. patgonia pulled in $10 million on black friday and they are going to donate all of it to environment groups. >> devin is doing it today. >> all right, do it today. >> 6:26. on the run. >> how two men escaped from a california prison and one was captured overnight. >> too many donations, what an organization is doing after the response to the toy drive. >> first to traffic watch 12, we have fom following a crash on the roadways. matt? >> holt howard avenue onramp is closed. tow truck is on the scene. trying to figure out the best ways to get the wheels back on the pavement. we have a check on the whole commute coming um. stay with us on "wisn 12 news
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ben: right now on "wisn 12 news this morning," more back and forth overnight in wisconsin's
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impacting how ballots are counted. melinda: plus, changes to the school year. it's a proposal that could affect your child's schedule and what they wear to class. how you can make your voice heard today. ben: first though, weather watch 12 as we take a live look outside. look at this gorgeous sunrise. quiet now, but we are tracking when you could see snow in your neighborhood. >> good morning and welcome to "wisn 12 news this morning." i'm ben wagner. melinda: and i'm melinda davenport. it's 6:30 on this wednesday, november 30th. let's start with the forecast. meteorologist sally severson is in the weather center. sally: sunrise 7:02. the drivers are getting a peek of the early morning sun before the clouds are going to fill in, already edging into the western and northern parts of wisconsin. right now at the airport 34. the winds are southwest. we look at southwest breezes for much of the day. yesterday we had 54. today i settled at 44 degrees. so becoming cloudy.
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afternoon and for tonight. the temperatures up to 44. then as we get cooler tonight, a stray shower or a few flurries. no worries about accumulation. thursday a slight chance of a light mix early in the the morning. matt? >> we have a crash, it is a vehicle upside down on the holt howard onramp. it started on the main line and left the freeway off the ramp difficult time getting that off the wall. the left lan is reopened and the travel times are improving. 12 minutes from the airport into downtown. you have to find an alternative. 6th street up to beecher or lincoln. that is a look at the morning commute. back to you. >> matt, thank you. >> we have breaking news. >> president-elect donald trump
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private business. time is live in the news room with the latest. tim. >> president-elect is tweeting up a storm within the last hour or so, trump is saying he's leaving his business to his children so that he can focus on being the country's 45th president. trump is saying that the legal dmths are being crafted to take him out of the business operations. it is detailed in a tweet, the task. trump was under criticism for the conflicts between the business and the presidency. there will be a news conference on december 15th. >> more news about the future administration, this morning he's rounding out the economic team. within the last 20 minutes we
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secretary. >> now, developments in wisconsin's presidential election recount. late last night, a judge ruled that the recount does not have to be done by hand. melinda: but an appeal on that decision could be filed later today. the judge's ruling is a big blow to former green party presidential candidate jill stein. stein is the one who started and is paying for his recount process. she filed a request yesterday demanding that all counties recount ballots by hand rather than electronically. at a hearing last night, a judge decided to dy that means counties can decide for themselves whether they will recount by hand or electronically. stein's attorneys say they are considering an appeal. it would have to be filed today. ben: regardless of the appeal, the statewide recount will start tomorrow. each county has a secure place to count the ballots. good morning, hillary.
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ballot that you filled out could wind up here at the milwaukee county election exhibition's warehouse near kk and maple north of beecher. this is where the recount begins tomorrow. the reparations are in full swing for the recount. last night, the green party hosted a training session in mukwonago for anyone interested in observing the recount. people are allowed to watch the process, take notes, and even record video. >> i don't frankly expecer to be a change or anything but i still think it's an opportunity. >> i'm interested in how the whole election process works and how it doesn't work. >> it's about learning the process of what to look for, discrepancies wise, if there is a discrepancy on a ballot. reporter: if you see problems in the recount process, you are allowed to step in and say something to an election official. there are 2.9 million ballots to
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here in milwaukee county 440,000. and again, we are waiting to find out this morning really at any time now we could learn how milwaukee county will go about the recount, by hand or electronically. live in milwaukee, "wisn 12 news this morning." >> thank you, hillary. so here's where things stand right now. wisconsin's statewide recount officially starts tomorrow. election officials will hold a conference call with all county clerks later today. last night, a judge ruled that counties canec whether to count by hand or electronically. jill stein could file an appeal to that ruling sometime today. stay with wisn 12 news for updates on this big story. melinda: looking ahead, today is your last chance to weigh in on next year's school calendar. mps is working on a plan that would have the school year start in mid-august and end in late may. mps is also considering a district-wide uniform policy. this morning is the final community meeting. it starts at 8:00 a.m. at south
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>> ben: today, wisconsin celebrates snowplow driver appreciation day. governor walker declared the day to highlight the important job. he's calling on drivers to give snowplows plenty of room to work and to stay off the roads during severe winter weather. the dot recommends staying at least 200 feet behind plows and to be very careful when passing plows. >> this holiday season we're visiting holiday lights displays across southeast wisconsin. here's a display in menomonee falls. santa's sleigh and reindeer. and you can help us light up the holidays. if there's a display in your neighborhood you think should be on tv, send us an email with the address. now to a check on the morning commute. matt? >> tow truck driver got the vehicle from the median. it was up on the wall. they are starting to process of
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curve and the onramp is closed. go up to beecher to get around the closer. 13 minutes northbound from the airport into downtown. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> matt, thank you. melinda: new this morning, a bold thief in new york city walks away with solid gold. ben: he grabbed a bucket out of the back of a truck filled with gold flakes. then he just walked away. the gold is worth $1.6 million. police in new york city say the truck's guard stepped away for just a moment. something tells me he's in trouble this morning. police say the bucket weighs more than 80 pounds, so heavy that it took the thief an hour to walk a distance that usually takes ten minutes. >> a woman on board a united airlines flight makes a quick exit. ben: while the plane was on the tarmac, she opened the emergency exit and jumped out. it's about a 20-foot drop from
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then she ran away from the plane. this happened at the houston airport. airport police quickly arrested the woman but so far, no charges have been filed. wisn 12 news time now is 6:38. back to normal at one of the busiest airports. >> workers are headed back to work after striking for a day and what it means for tralers today. >> farm animal dealing with xi
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>> good morning. thank you for joining us. we continue to follow the problems on the south side, 94 onramp at holt and pow regard. the onramp is blocked. take 6th street or beecher to get around it. it is 1 # 2 minutes from the airport into downtown. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> the skies are fair early this
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gray sigh skies few the few days. we have a chance of a mix across southern wisconsin. we'll start the day with sunshine. 34 at the airport. the winds are southwest. we look at the timing for late day showers coming up in a moment. >> sal, thank you. ben: new this morning, an autopsy will be performed today on a body found in a burning home in wisconsin. the fire happened yesterday in the o county. investigators aren't sure how the person died or what sparked the fire. police are now asking for the public's help finding the victim's pickup truck which is missing. >> this morning, hundreds of people are back at work after strikes yesterday. tim, these workers walked out over wages? tim: across the country the workers had one goal, $15 an hour. there were protests here in the milwaukee area. police in west milwaukee say they arrested ten people for
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it was a nationwide effort called fight for 15. protests went on in dozens of cities across the country from california to new york and in between. most of the workers who went on strike for the day work at fast food restaurants, airports, and even some health care facilities. people who oppose a $15 minimum wage say it would lead to millions of lost jobs. back to you. >> tim, thank you. melinda: happening now, workers back on the job c workers stood outside the airport yesterday waving signs and chanting. hundreds of airport workers walked off the job. baggage handlers, airplane cleaners and other employees are fighting for higher wages. airport officials warned travelers that the strike could cause delays. ben: chicago police could be changing the way they patrol the streets. the police superintendent is asking for the public's help to revise the department's use of force guidelines. this comes after some high-profile police shootings in
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in less than two weeks, there have been four deadly police responses. the new guidelines would put an emphasis on de-escalation and mental health training. the policy also calls on officers to interfere if they see a co-worker breaking the rules. >> if nobody else understands how difficult it is out there to make these decisions, i do. i've been involved in shootings myself, so i know it's difficult. ben: officials say there are always exceptions to guidelines and they're asking officers to use common sense. chicago pd will take public feedback until december 5th. melinda: new this morning, a former south carolina police officer took the stand. he's on trial for killing an unarmed man. michael slager testified yesterday and broke down in tears. >> it is a roller coaster, the families are destroyed by this. it is horrible. >> she lot scott in the back and
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over for a tail light violation. he told the court that scott faukt back after being tased. if convicted he could face 30 years in prison. >> tulsa police officer is facing trial for shooting and killing a driver. the officer thought he was trying to get a weapon out of the car. dash cam video shows he had his hands in the air and investigators never found a weapon. shelby is manslaughter. >> a police department gets too many donations, they have been collected the stuffed animals to hand out the stuffed animals to kids involved in a crime. now they are expanded the stuffed hugs program since they have received so many donations and handing them out to any kids that visit the station. it is helping the kids deal with
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>> we can turn around something with a potentially negative long standing effect on the children and they can turn it around and think of us in a positive. >> local cleaner is donating services to clean up the stuffed animals. >> a herd of cows are safe after an unexpected adventure. they busted from the transport trailer yesterday while the driver was napping on the the cows wondered the streets of sacramento for a while. think even tramped over the fences and air conditioning units. the california highway patrol called in and brought in the cowboys to herd the cows back to trailer. utterly ridiculous story, melinda.
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with anxiety. this is cute. she put the costume on polly as a joke but it actually helped. polly went from a nervous wreck to a happy goat. the woman runs a farm in new jersey with more than two dozen special-needs goats. i don't know what that means. it is cute. eating a little duck costume. she's planning to exnd ben: probably her duck costume collection too. she needs more. >> exactly. ben: the smash hit musical hamilton has set another record. over just eight shows last week the show made $3.3 million. wow. according to the new york times, that shattered the old record for thanksgiving on broadway. wicked set the previous record. hamilton made millions even while some were calling for a
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delivered a special message to vp elect mike pence. wisn 12 news time now is 6:47. forget batman and super man, the press club is looking for a real life super heroes. you can nominate a few faces in the crowd that make milwaukee special, donating time or talents or putting their lives on the line, they are recognize t a the city of milwaukee's 171st birtay >> really whatever a hero means to you. we didn't want to come up with a lot of rules and regulations. we really want to keep this process as open as possible. what's a hero to you might be different from what's a hero to me. so we want to hear from everyone. ben: you can nominate your hero on the milwaukee press club's website. the deadline is this friday. >> new this morning, so you have these, the candy canes, these
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but, now they are getting a new twist. i'm curious to know about these. one of the new flavors is wasabi. it is extra spicy. it is not sweet nor minty. >> it tastes like wasabi. >> it is green i guess. sirachi. pick that's pickle. >> they are building a burger out of candy canes. >> well, wasabi on a burger is okay. so a candy cane? see. >> the thing about those the green ones are spearmint also. can you imagine giving somebody
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they are thinking it is spearmint. >> you said put a bacon one in a bloody mary. >> and pickle one. >> let us know if you would try them. >> or find them. >> the temperatures 20s and 30s. a little early morning sunshine. shorewood 36. 30 cooler west bend 28. sheboygan 30. here come the clouds, thickening up and lowering this morning. low pressure will weaken and drift off and away. little disturbances around the low, and with them a chance for light rain showers or sprinkles in the afternoon. our model is painting this as
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are warm. we are looking at readings in the 40s. so any moisture falling is a mix e overall for us. you can see by 3:00 we are looking at a chilly rain and mix. it is dotting portions of southern wisconsin. the moisture for this disturbance is staying light. once we get past the sunset, we could see a little patchy light snow or snow showers, flurries, a little way in the accumulation. the ground is warm overall. this is a nuisance for us. the clouds will be sticking around through thursday and seeing peeks of sun on friday. so for this afternoon, a light mix or a chilly shower or two. a snow shower tonight. 44 tomorrow. 40 on friday. chance for a light mix or snow later on sunday and midweek next week. now to matt.
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northbound, southbound, locust over the top of the freeway. we are looking pretty good. now, on the south side, we had troubles earlier at holt and 43, 94 northbound. that is cleared up. 11 minutes from the airport into downtown. that ramp at holt and howard is reopened. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> thanks, matt. new, a circus worker is killed in a he rersal in san francisco. they are investigating the accident. the circus is performing there for a couple of months. >> "g.m.a." is coming up. >> first a final check on the commute and weather and
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>> this morning, president-elect donald trump makes a big announcement about the future of his company. >> he's going to leave the business to focus fully on running the country. trump is saying it is an important idea to avoid the conflict of interest a. news conference is planned for the
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>> wisconsin judge ruled that counties can chews how to recount the ballots. stien wanted them counted by hand, but the judge said they can be tallied in the way that the counties want. >> a tornado sweeps through alabama and three people were killed and caused damage to a community center. now the national weather service says a numbe in the area. >> now to matt. >> ben, looking good 94. 35th over the top of the freeway. no problems here. travel times still a couple of extra minutes northbound. onramp is cleared up. 11 minutes from the airport to downtown. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> early morning sunshine and
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this morning. a chance of a light scattered shower and mixing up with the snow and a stray snow shower tonight. any moisture is light and scattered. we talk about the temperatures around 40 for the weekend. 44 today. the best part of the day this morning with the sun. 54 degrees yesterday. we are spoiled. >> no 50s for a while now. >> we'll enjoy the holiday lights and the holiday treats. >> yes. >> tim is >> i bet it is stale. >> delicious. >> "g.m.a." is now.
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good morning, america. deadly devastation. 23 reported tornadoes tear through the south. >> there's a tornado right there. >> destroying homes and demolishing a day-care center. as those massive wildfires rip through tennessee. >> go, go, go, go. >> the lst century. forcing thousands to flee through a terrifying path of flames. >> my house is on fire. >> leaving a trail of destruction, now more severe weather is on the way. breaking news, president-elect trump with a major announcement about his new cabinet this morning and that dinner with former rival mitt romney overnight. >> president-elect trump is the very man who can lead us to that better future. >> speculation now growing over the race to be secretary of state. as trump's team announces a deal

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