Road to 270: President Trump's best path to victory hinges on two vital swing states

ROAD TO 270: PRESIDENT TRUMP'S BEST PATH TO VICTORY HINGES ON TWO VITAL SWING STATES

President Donald Trump still has a path to the 270 Electoral College votes he needs to win reelection. But it requires everything to...

Presidential campaigns vying for black voters in Milwaukee

PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGNS VYING FOR BLACK VOTERS IN MILWAUKEE

Trump, Biden try to woo key community in tight White House race

 
 
 
Pandemic causes big demand for small turkeys

PANDEMIC CAUSES BIG DEMAND FOR SMALL TURKEYS

There's growing motivation to secure a turkey sooner than later for Thanksgiving. With restrictions for family gatherings in place,...

Face to face: President Trump, former Vice President Biden to debate Thursday

FACE TO FACE: PRESIDENT TRUMP, FORMER VICE PRESIDENT BIDEN TO DEBATE THURSDAY

President Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden are set to square off in their final debate Thursday, one of the last high-profile...

 
 
 
Clouds make it tough to see meteor shower

CLOUDS MAKE IT TOUGH TO SEE METEOR SHOWER

The next possible opportunity to see a meteor shower is expected to happen on Dec. 13.

Parts of Wisconsin have first snowstorm

PARTS OF WISCONSIN HAVE FIRST SNOWSTORM

The snow stayed mainly in northern areas of the state

 
 
 
Organization hands out boxes of free food in 53206 ZIP code

ORGANIZATION HANDS OUT BOXES OF FREE FOOD IN 53206 ZIP CODE

We Got This founder Andre Lee Ellis says pandemic is making food insecurity worse.

Statewide push on to end teen domestic violence

STATEWIDE PUSH ON TO END TEEN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

The Dare2Know campaign is using the voices of Wisconsin teenagers to help end dating violence among young people across the state.

 
 
 
'It's the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown' won't air on broadcast TV

'IT'S THE GREAT PUMPKIN CHARLIE BROWN' WON'T AIR ON BROADCAST TV

It will only air on Apple TV+ this year. The streaming service struck a deal as the home for all things 'Peanuts.'

City developing winter outdoor dining plan

CITY DEVELOPING WINTER OUTDOOR DINING PLAN

Because of the pandemic, city leaders plan to allow restaurants to seat their diners on the street, even in the cold and snow.

 
 
 
Milwaukee Health Department offers free shuttle to Miller Park for COVID tests

MILWAUKEE HEALTH DEPARTMENT OFFERS FREE SHUTTLE TO MILLER PARK FOR COVID TESTS

The City of Milwaukee Health Department is offering free shuttle service to the Miller Park coronavirus testing site.

Deer District to offer 'Holiday Feasts'

DEER DISTRICT TO OFFER 'HOLIDAY FEASTS'

The Deer District is creating Thanksgiving meals to-go for the upcoming holiday.

 
 
 
Milwaukee Wave players 'sad and frustrated' after season canceled

MILWAUKEE WAVE PLAYERS 'SAD AND FRUSTRATED' AFTER SEASON CANCELED

The Wave canceled its upcoming season because an agreement could not be reached on using Panther Arena in downtown Milwaukee, forcing...

Franklin Common Council votes down slaughterhouse plan

FRANKLIN COMMON COUNCIL VOTES DOWN SLAUGHTERHOUSE PLAN

A controversial slaughterhouse project in Franklin was voted down by the city's common council.

 
 
 
Service dog trainer files lawsuit against Wisconsin militia groups

SERVICE DOG TRAINER FILES LAWSUIT AGAINST WISCONSIN MILITIA GROUPS

New Jersey service dog trainer John Bellocchio filed a federal lawsuit against several Wisconsin militia groups, and Kyle Rittenhouse.

Florida's falling lizards are getting used to winter temperatures

FLORIDA'S FALLING LIZARDS ARE GETTING USED TO WINTER TEMPERATURES

During a cold snap in southern Florida in January, residents were warned to watch out for paralyzed lizards falling from trees.

 
 
 
Sources: President Trump to make stop in Milwaukee on Saturday

SOURCES: PRESIDENT TRUMP TO MAKE STOP IN MILWAUKEE ON SATURDAY

With the election less than two weeks away, multiple sources tell WISN 12 News that President Donald Trump is planning to make a campaign...

AP: OxyContin maker to plead guilty to 3 criminal charges, agrees to $8 billion settlement

AP: OXYCONTIN MAKER TO PLEAD GUILTY TO 3 CRIMINAL CHARGES, AGREES TO $8 BILLION SETTLEMENT

Purdue Pharma will plead guilty to three counts, including conspiracy to defraud the United States and violating federal anti-kickback...

 
 
 
How soon will we know the US election outcome?

HOW SOON WILL WE KNOW THE US ELECTION OUTCOME?

Election officials in some key battleground states have warned that it might take days to count the votes given what they expect will...

Pizza delivery driver crashes during seizure; thanks ‘angels' who pulled her from water

PIZZA DELIVERY DRIVER CRASHES DURING SEIZURE; THANKS ‘ANGELS' WHO PULLED HER FROM WATER

A South Carolina pizza delivery driver is thanking two men who saved her after she had a seizure and crashed into a pond.

 
 
 



Record numbers are voting by mail. Here's when states can start processing...

Record numbers are voting by mail. Here's when states can start processing those ballots

In several critical battleground states, officials aren't allowed to start processing early ballots until on or just before Election Day. Read more ...

Judge Drops A Murder Charge Against Former Officer Who Kneeled On George...

Judge Drops A Murder Charge Against Former Officer Who Kneeled On George Floyd's Neck

Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who was captured on cell phone video kneeling on Floyd's neck for several minutes, still faces a higher charge of second-degree... Read more ...

Democrats to boycott Amy Coney Barrett hearing in effort to block nomination

Democrats to boycott Amy Coney Barrett hearing in effort to block nomination

Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee will boycott Thursday's vote to move forward on the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, the party's Senate... Read more ...

Brandon Lowe belts 2 homers as Rays win Game 2 of World Series

Brandon Lowe belts 2 homers as Rays win Game 2 of World Series

Kevin Cash was well aware his best player during the regular season was in a Gary Sanchez-like funk ever since the postseason opened. Yet when the Rays' manager filled out the... Read more ...

US workers file 787,000 new jobless claims amid COVID crisis

US workers file 787,000 new jobless claims amid COVID crisis

The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits fell to 787,000 last week despite continued pressure on the labor market from the coronavirus pandemic, the feds said... Read more ...

Face to face: President Trump, former Vice President Biden to debate Thursday

Face to face: President Trump, former Vice President Biden to debate Thursday

President Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden are set to square off in their final debate Thursday, one of the last high-profile opportunities for the trailing incumbent... Read more ...

CDC redefines COVID-19 close contact, adds brief encounters

CDC redefines COVID-19 close contact, adds brief encounters

Health officials from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Wednesday redefined what counts as "close contact" with someone with COVID-19 to include briefer but... Read more ...

Senate subpoenas Facebook, Twitter CEOs over handling of Post's Hunter Biden...

Senate subpoenas Facebook, Twitter CEOs over handling of Post's Hunter Biden story

Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey are being called to Capitol Hill to answer for their companies' censorship the New York Post's expose on the Biden familly's foreign business... Read more ...

Senate Judiciary Committee approves Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court nomination

Senate Judiciary Committee approves Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court nomination

The Senate Judiciary Committee voted to advance Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court nomination to the Senate floor. The vote went forward despite a Democratic boycott of the... Read more ...

After dodging questions about court packing, Biden floats commission to...

After dodging questions about court packing, Biden floats commission to study judicial reforms

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said that if elected he will convene a bipartisan commission of constitutional scholars to examine judicial reforms, asserting that... Read more ...