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overnight and what the workers continue to do while the crime scene tape surrounded the business. >> bringing more people from around the world to wisconsin. >> first, weather and traffic, matt is on deck and here is sally severson with the check on the forecast. good morning, sal. sally: good morning, it is all about the temperature change in the next 24 hours. a steady change as we look at colder air is sweeping in. snow to the west, most of that is staying in central and northern wisconsin. it is all associated with a first of the disturbances and the cool front. temperatures, 29d at twin cities. teens at pier, south dakota.
39 at the airport. 32 waukesha. we hold the upper 30s for today. we keep an eye on the cool front and with the cool front a few flurries, clearing and turning cooler tonight in the low 20s. >> sally, it is quiet across the freeway system. barely a car is rolling through the frame. right now, it is quiet everywhere on the system. the travel times are all in the green. no complaints if you are the house. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> matt, thank you. >> two restaurants are robbed in downtown milwaukee. this morning the police are looking for the people who are response i believe? >> tim. we are talking about the jimmy johns. the crew saw the workers headed
this happened across from the marquette university campus. a suspect ran inside around 10:30 p.m. and stole the cash and ran away. the police sent out a safety alert to the students. now around at the same time, someone tried to rob the real chile restaurant. police say that the suspect made a threat and money. it is unclear whether the two robberies are related. no one was hurt. andy? >> tim, thank you. the family of a man shot and killed by the wauwatosa police is requesting a federal investigation into the case, after learning that the officer is not going to be charged. hilly mintz is live with the latest. hillary? reporter: and we are outside of the milwaukee district
building, this is where the da decided not to charge the officer. anderson was shot six times. anderson's family maintains that the officer acted unlawfully and the department investigation. now video from the dash cam was released yesterday. in it, it shows anderson seated in the vehicle with the hands raised. a report is saying that the officer fired after anderson appeared to reach for a gun on the passenger seat. the officer is returning to the force now that he's cleared in the shooting. anderson's family upset about that and they are planning to request a federal investigation
we are live "wisn 12 news this morning." >> hillary, thank you. wisn 12 news time now is 5:03. today marks a week until the federal deadline for the presidential recounts. wisconsin's recount is in day six. they are going to finish on monday. the wisconsin elections commission says no significant issues are reported. >> later today, president-elect donald trump goes back to the road for another stop on t thank you tour. he hosts a round of the meetings to fill the administration. >> president-elect donald trump travelled to north carolina for a thank you tour tonight and the second one after stopping in cincinnati. he's visiting iowa and michigan later in the week and until then holding more meetings at trump
met with former vice president al gore on the climate issues. >> the bulk of the time was with president-elect donald trump. i found it an extremely interesting conversation and to be continued. >> a top trump advisor is saying they are glad that gore made. more staffing positions were made yesterday and will be announced in the coming days. >> governor walker is saying come to wisconsin soon. details on a possible visit have not been released. >> debates how much you are going to pay for a gallon of gas in wisconsin. lawmakers are trying to figure out how to find the money to fix the roads. they want to audit the d.o.t. to look for wasteful spending and proposing an increase in the gas
would have to be raised by 90% or around 28 cents a gallon. >> critics would rather borrow 500 million and cut 450 million from the state highway programs. >> new, bringing more visitors to wisconsin. that is the goal of the driving state tourism. the frank lloyd wright trail is on the list. >> wisconsin has the greatest concentration of frank lloyd wright buildings in the world, 41 # of them. this trail is attract the intesh
>> the route starts at i-94 along the illinois, wisconsin line. those homes are gorgeous. >> yes, i have taken that drive. it is beautiful. fantastic. >> very nice. except now it is cold. >> yes, just a little bit. sally? >> after the snow on sunday and the colder air that is settling in today and tonight, enjoy the 30s. colder air tonight and around through friday. 7:00 patchy fog. some low clouds around for us. upper 30s throughout the morning. this afternoon a cold front, it may spring a few flurries. matt? >> sally, we are in good shape. there was a closure on 94 between 84th and moreland. that is picked up. you can see things are looking good. you might hit, slick area, most
don't be surprised, just take it slower. no delays out there. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> thank you, matt. >> developing, security is tiekt at a train station across the los angeles area. >> after someone claimed a terror attack would happen today. tim is here with the brand new information. >> trains are running as scheduled despite the threat to the west. the authorities are the threat is credible or not. someone called a tip line yesterday and implied that the attack would happen today at the universal city subway station and security is increased at all of the subway stations in that area. the fbi is not taking changes with this one. the los angeles mayor is confident that the transit system is safe and plans to ride the red line this morning as a show of support. andy? >> tim, thank you.
for president obama, he's going to tampa, florida to deliver the final counter terrorism speech. wisn 12 news time now is 5:09. >> a sink hole opens in texas and swallows up to two cars. >> coming up, who jumped into action to save victims. >> now social media twitter released the list of the top trends, the one word written
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several hours. let's get to matt for the traffic. >> chopper is stay on the ground, the clouds are the culprit. things are looking good on the roads. tail lights are moving northbound. no trouble there on the south side, in fact, trouble free across the system. we are crash free. that's a look at the morning commute, back to you. >> matt, thank you. traffic is looking good. but a deadly. tim is following this story and tim, a part time sheriffs deputy was killed. >> it was a tragedy. this is a sink hole that opened up in san antonio. a deputy was on the way to work when the road fell from under neath her and the car was recovered yesterday. another vehicle then fell into the hole as well.
rescued by someone who was just passing by and when the crews arrived they could pt get the deputy out safely. heavy rain probably caused a sewer line to leak and cause 89 the gaping hole. >> a curfew in place and businesses are closed in gatlinburg, tennessee after the wild fires swept through. clean up is continuing stay the night. the town is expected to reopen for the visitors and drivers on friday. >> despite a victory, several pipeline protestor are still at the north dakota camp braving the blizzard conditions. on sunday, the developers we are denied the easement for the pipeline, leaders with the tribe are asking protestor to leave and saying that the purpose has been served.
fighter for a decade now and now getting ready for one of the biggest. i spoke to supper star yesterday, and recent crimes at his home, he's choose to remain living and working in the city he loves and remains the same. >> i got a choice to make, do i believe milwaukee or stay here, everythi i place. i can't leave this place. >> he's fighting on saturday at the air canada center in toronto. watch it on pay per view. it is title fight. >> wisn 12 news time now is 5:15. strolling through the milwaukee zoo, and you might find yourself in a fantastic forest, the display of the christmas trees
ornaments from 60 local youth groups. >> we have pink, purple, grays, green, red, blacks and white, orange, yellow, all of the trees are unique and the kid sz did a fantastic job coming up with the ornaments, it is amazing the creativity this year. >> hawks landscape trees. the display is running through december 29th. >> right now, the canadian pacific holiday train is southeast wisconsin. it arrived to milwaukee last night. the train raised money and collects donations for food pantries. >> ellen is getting into the holiday spirit with a new segment of average andy and
learn from those in the field. >> this time rehearsing for the rockets. the christmas spectacular. >> hesitate with the heels. >> i will follow what you do. she talks a lot. are you the one that tells on people? >> that's this should be good. the rockets do up to 300 kicks in one show. we can see if andy can keep up. catch ellen at 4:00, and stay stuned for wisn 12 news at 5:00. >> a lot has happened throughout 2016, much of it playing out on social media and twitter put together the memorable moments.
hashtag is happened. i am interested to see what is on it. the biggest trends the rio olympics, donald trump's election, pokeman go. we remember when beyonce's album came out. that was huge. get this, this gamer from spain in with 1.4 million retweets and tweeting. >> is that for beyonce? >> is it? >> that is what it means. >> drop a spanish word on twitter. >> who is this guy? >> i don't know. >> shows how much we know, we don't know him. >> every day we are upping the social media game.
though. >> that's true. >> an i'm trying. >> hashtag tim happened. >> right, right. >> yeah, hashtag, you know, winter's here. snow, now to cold. after the cold leaves a little snow again. december is getting all wintry on us. we look at cathedral square. 39 over 33. the winds are light and south. we look for much of the morning and the afternoon. a little snow is flying out ahead of a cool front. it is a narrow band of snow and most of the light accumulation is moving into central and northern wisconsin. the cool front is coming through here this afternoon. round one of the cool area and another round with a trough that is coming through and reenforcing the chilly air. 39 at the airport.
11 rapid city. 4 at great falls. we are not in the single digits but colder air as the canadian air mass is going to dive in. by 2:00, a couple areas of light flurries. but also look at the rapid clearing. 5:00 in the wake of the cool front. dryer, colder air is sweeping in. the lows in the 20s. highs wednesday, thursday and friday will hold in the 20s. in fact, friday. so for today, 37 degrees. well, right now 39. we hold in the upper 30s. 22 tonight. 26 tonight. flurry or two on thursday, windy as well and windchills single digits. 21 on friday. the chance for a few flurries on saturday and light snow is possible on sunday. >> sally, thank you. coming up on "wisn 12 news this morning", what happened years ago that made him want to stand
>> good morning pewaukee. thank you for the tuesday morning shout out. look at the smiling, beautiful faces this morning. >> ready to learn. >> wisn 12 is stopping by the classrooms across southeast wisconsin throughout the school year. if you are interested in a visit, head to wisn.com and click on the school logo and submit a nominio monthly top teacher award. i love this class. >> new this morning, a salvation army volunteer is a world record holder. >> after ringing the bell for six days straight. meet jamie that braved the cold outside for 151 hours, no sleep, and just one five minute break every four hours. he wanted to do something to
helped him when he was homeless. >> we got through it. we went to the salvation army. we felt like they became family to us. >> the emphasis all along hasn't been on jamie. it is on the salvation army and the work that the army does. >> pulling at your heart strings this morning. he credits the kindness of the people that donated him the strength to keep going and he went to church and straight to bed. >> such an important mission there. >> of course, we can't talk about the bell ringing without mentioning tinker. you have plenty of chances to catch tinker. they are at fair park in west
december 17th. >> i love that. >> wisn 12 news time now is 5:25. there maybe snow on the ground. >> but this morning we are thinking warm thoughts, where to go to celebrate summerfest in style. >> hundreds of animals are missing and the evidence leading to believe it is an inside job. an a live look at the train. take a look. it is beautiful. what a way to get you into the holiday spirit. lovely shot there. >> thank you, dave. >> "wisn 12 news this morning"
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melinda: right now, a local police officer cleared of any charges in a fatal shooting at a local park. why the victim's family is now turning to the federal government for help. andy: plus, fighting the country's deadly drug epidemic. what you might notice on your way home from work today that's designed to save lives right here in southeast wisconsin. melinda: but first, weather watch 12 as we take a live look outside.
out the door this morning. we're also tracking when snow might return. good morning and welcome to "wisn 12 news this morning" i'm melinda davenport. andy: and i'm andy choi. ben has the morning off. it's 5:30 on this tuesday, december 6th. meteorologist sally severson is in the weather center. >> early morning temperatures showing up 31-39 degrees. a few more hours today for the colder air alives later and tonight. we time out the weekend snow chances. a little snow is possible this afternoon, just a few flurries. the window is between 1:00 and 4:00 as it is moving through. there is the holiday train visiting milwaukee. right now 39. the winds are south at 5. the winds will shift out of the west and the temperatures will be falling.