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This morning... we have new information on a mass shooting in washington d-c... that happened near the white house.

And... young people across the country are planning to walk out of class today in protest... we'll tell you what they're fighting for.

Plus... farmers in grant county are seeing some of the most significant impacts from the rains over the past week... how they're managing... ahead.

Good morning ... it's friday, september 20-th.

Today: partly sunny, warm and humid with a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. high: 82 wind: s 6-12 mph tonight: partly cloudy, mild and muggy with patchy fog and a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. low: 66 wind: s 6-12 mph saturday: mostly cloudy, windy and humid, but not as warm with scattered showers and thunderstorms, mainly in the afternoon.

High: 77 wind: se 15-25 mph saturday night: mostly cloudy, mild, and muggy with scattered showers and thunderstorms. low: 64 wind: s 10-15 mph sunday: mostly cloudy and a little cooler with scattered showers and thunderstorms, especially in the morning.

High: 73 wind: sw 6-12 mph monday: mostly sunny and pleasant.

Low: 54 high: 72 tuesday: partly sunny and pleasant (a chance of showers and thunderstorms at night).

Low: 54 high: 73 wednesday: partly sunny and breezy with a slight chance of an afternoon shower.

Low: 59 high: 72 thursday: partly sunny and a little cooler.

Low: 54 high: 68 friday: partly sunny and seasonably cool.

Low: 50 high: 67 saturday: partly sunny, breezy and milder with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. low: 55 high: 74 sunday: partly sunny and mild with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. low: 58 high: 74 ((haddie mclean has your first alert traffic update)) we have breaking news just into the newsroom moments ago... south carolina state university is on lockdown right now for reports of a shooting on campus.

Students have been instructed to stay inside... according to an email sent to students by the university.

S-c state is about an hour northwest of charleston.

There is no word on any injuries at this point... we have limited details about this situation right now, but we'll pass along any new information as it becomes available.

We start with new information into the channel3000 alert center overnight... one person is dead and five others are wounded after a mass shooting on the streets of washington d-c... that shooting was just two miles from the white house.

It happened around 10 eastern time... the gunfire came from an outdoor courtyard of an apartment building in the columbia heights neighborhood.

Police believe it was a drive-by shooting.

Reuters is reporting that no one has been arrested... and that police don't know the motive for the shooting.

Of the five wounded victims, two were considered critical -- but all are expected to survive.

More breaking news into the channel3000 alert center... police are looking for a suspect who they say broke into an apartment early this morning.

Officers went to an apartment complex on monterey drive near warner park at around 1:30 this morning.

They say the attempted burglar snuck his way into the basement of the apartment building and ran when police got there.

Anyone with information is asked to contact madison area crime stoppers.

A gunmaker says it's no longer producing several rifles for the civilan market... including the ar-15.

"colt manufacturing" says it will instead focus on fulfilling military and law enforcement contracts with its rifle manufacturing.

Ar-15 semi- automatic rifles and similar assault-style weapons have been used in a number of mass shootings in recent years.

Several other companies also make the ar-15 style weapons.

Here in wisconsin... democratic lawmakers are introducing legislation to address gun violence.

The 'red flag' bill would allow for extreme risk protection orders-- which means, if a family member or law enforcement officer believes someone might be a threat to themselves or others... a judge can decide to temporarily take that person's gun.

The bill would have to clear a republican- controlled legislature to pass.

Republicans have shown concern the proposal violates second amendment rights.

The madison area crime stoppers are now offering a 1- thousand dollar reward for anyone who has information leading to an arrest in the murder investigation of 17-year-old shay watson.

The former verona high schooler was killed almost a month ago... and no arrests have been made.

According to evidence at the scene, investigators don't think it was a random act.

Watson's family also started a go-fund-me for reward money... which has already reached 35-hundred dollars.

Democratic presidential candidate amy klobuchar is fighting to earn the support of wisconsin voters... and is throwing a few digs at the president, while she's at it.

Amy klobuchar//(d) presidential candidate ((((what's the difference between greenland and donald trump?

Greenland is not for sale.)))) the minnesota senator met with voters at a coffee shop in milwaukee.

Klobuchar says her mission is to improve medicare for seniors and lower prescription drug prices.

The latest marquette law school poll shows klobuchar with less than two percent of support from state voters.

More local news now - help wanted signs are posted in windows across madison... but with an unemployment rate of three percent... businesses are facing the challenge of filling those positions.

Experts say between a historically low unemployment rate and a declining birthrate... the workforce is making a shift.

People seeking work now have more options... making business owners get creative in attracting people to work for them.

A madison college marketing professor says retailers have already started hiring seasonal workers... and may want to keep them on after the holidays.

&lt;kristin uttech/marketing professor, madison college> (((16;15;05;24 "it's not kind of business as usual anymore.

It's really about looking at how they can offer the most attractive package to employees, bring them in and keep them on because without them, we can't succesffuly do our holiday business."

16;15;18;22))) experts say the shift is also affecting small business owners.

They'll have to become just as creative... if not more... in attracting people to work for them.

Willie nelson ... neil young ... and a host of other music legends will be in southeast wisconsin tomorrow -- all to help the farming community.

Farm aid 2019 is tomorrow at alpine valley in east troy.

It's the second time the annual festival has been held in america's dairyland.

Tickets are sold out ... but you can still watch the concert streaming online and a broadcast on cable.

There are also other events being held in conjunction with the festival... including a panel on farms and art being moderated by our friend the farm babe, pam jahnke!

She's out of the radio barn this morning as she prepares for that big event.

But you can still follow her on the "fabulous farm babe" facebook page.

You can follow her on social media until she's back with us.

A local music promoter is also doing something good for local farmers... michael alexander is the entertainment director at the crystal grand in wisconsin dells.

He grew up in barneveld ... and knows firsthand the struggles farmers are going through... after a family farm run by one of his hometown friends recently had to sell all of their cows.

He says he wanted to do something special for farmers to help take their minds off of things ... even just for a few hours..

So he's giving away free concert tickets at his venue for farmers.

((( , - essentially farming is the lifeblood of this country, and in our opinion, it's a way of life that's slowly disappearing.

You know it's very thankless and backbreaking, and if we can give them a night out, it isn't necessarily going to long-term help, but sometimes just a night out can help a lot.

"))) the crystal grand has already given away a thousand tickets to upcoming concerts for country artists joe nichols and justin moore.

This morning ... they'll be giving away another 500 tickets for vince neal of motley crue fame ... and the band 'america.'

We'll have info on how you can snag some of those tickets on our website ... channel 3 thousand dot com.

Farmers in grant county are seeing some of the most significant impacts from the rains over the past week.

Emergency management says they've seen more than 16 inches there... six inches happening on wednesday night alone.

State highway 81 was shut down for a while thursday morning because the floodwaters were too high.

Farmers in the area say this type of thing is happening more and more recently... and every time it does, it leaves a lot of clean-up for everyone.

(((""9:27 you can see coming down the road where it is coming across the ripples, that's all going to be washed out and there's going to be a lot of roads here in grant county that are going to be that way.

This is a township road.

That's a state road.

Township crews are going to have a lot of cleanup 9:45 (18?) "))) another farmer told us there's no way to prepare for floods like this.

Since it happens so often, he's come to accept that he and others will spend a lot of time cleaning up after it stops raining.

In vernon county... some have said they've seen flooding affect their community for the past four years.

As flood levels continue to rise... they're preparing for a possible fifth.

Just wednesday night... several towns in vernon county saw between 1-3 inches of rain... and in some areas the river has risen by six inches over the last few days.

Brandon larson//vernon county emergency management :45- :52 "we've had quite a bit of water in the last week and a half, a lot of rain here so i knew it wasn't going to take much."

Larson :36-:38 "they're getting tired of it, but they're getting used to it."

A few towns in vernon county are in minor flood stage.... if you're in minor flood stage it's important to stay alert for flooding in your home and report any damages to your county's emergency management program.

Young people across the country are planning to walk out of class today as part of a global 'youth climate strike.'

It's being organized to kick off a 'week of action' across the globe to urge those in power to address climate change ... with events planned in 156 different countries.

In madison -- young people are planning on gathering at m- g-and-e downtown for a rally.

They want to see governor evers declare a 'state of climate emergency' ... and demand m-g- and-e to transition to 100 percent renewable energy by the year 20-30.

That rally is scheduled to run from 1 to 3.

Closing the state's academic achievement gap is a priority for state superintendent carolyn stanford taylor.

In her first "state of education address" at the capitol... taylor called the gap a "crisis."

She says a nearly 600- million-dollar boost in education is a "down payment" o equity and closing the gap.

Taylor's speech comes a week after standardized test scores showed that less than half of students in the state are proficient in math and english.

Democrats say the poor test results showed the need to increase funding for k-12 schools... while republicans say they showed that the status quo was not working.

((("the misperception that the dollars that have been spent on students equate to just that classroom... it's not that simple.

You have to think about everything that goes into a school - facilities, lunch program, people services, transportation, all of it goes into those dollars.

"))) after seeing the recent slight drop in test scores... assembly speaker robin vos says quote "with the repeated increases in funding for k-12 education... taxpayers deserve to know why we're not seeing better results."

Community officials say they are working to decriminalize mental illness within the juvenile justice system.

Officials held a public forum with the national alliance on mental illness of dane county and invited the community to express its concerns on the juvenile justice system in relation to mental health.

Speakers say they're working to create better intervention and prevention methods to issues like violence.

(((anna moffit, executive director, nami dane county, "our mental health system has a lot of catching up to do.

We're really in a place of crisis.

I would say perhaps 50 percent of youth that are experincing mental health illness are actually able to access services, so we're way behind the curb."))) speakers are working to reduce the stigma associated with seeking help for mental health illnesses... especially for youth... and they are making sure to ask what families need for their loved ones.

Chris rece is in this morning... talking about the final weekend of summer that's going to stay hot and humid.

Plus... planning ahead on your travel plans for the holiday season could save you some money.

We'll tell you how... when news 3 now this morning returns.

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With a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. high: 82 wind: s 6-12 mph tonight: partly cloudy, mild and muggy with patchy fog and a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. low: 66 wind: s 6-12 mph saturday: mostly cloudy, windy and humid, but not as warm with scattered showers and thunderstorms, mainly in the afternoon.

High: 77 wind: se 15-25 mph saturday night: mostly cloudy, mild, and muggy with scattered showers and thunderstorms. low: 64 wind: s 10-15 mph sunday: mostly cloudy and a little cooler with scattered showers and thunderstorms, especially in the morning.

High: 73 wind: sw 6-12 mph monday: mostly sunny and pleasant.

Low: 54 high: 72 tuesday: partly sunny and pleasant (a chance of showers and thunderstorms at night).

Low: 54 high: 73 wednesday: partly sunny and breezy with a slight chance of an afternoon shower.

Low: 59 high: 72 thursday: partly sunny and a little cooler.

Low: 54 high: 68 friday: partly sunny and seasonably cool.

Low: 50 high: 67 saturday: partly sunny, breezy and milder with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. low: 55 high: 74 sunday: partly sunny and mild with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. low: 58 high: 74 holiday getaways can be pricey... but the chance to get the best deals isn't too far away.

Triple-a says the best time to book flights for busy weekends around thanksgiving and christmas is actually this wednesday, september 25th.

Booking data from the last three years says the 25th marks the start of the best booking window for air travel around those times.

When you look to get the best value... triple-a says to make sure you book by october 27th and do some research on your options.

And remember - we hope to keep the conversation going about prices in madison.

News 3 now wants to know what kind of affordability questions you have, or what you're experiencing.

Let me know by contacting me on my social media pages... you can also simply send me an email.

Looking ahead now - the official start of fall is just a few days away... but when it comes to allergies... a lot of people are already feeling the effects.

Allergists say this year may be even worse because of the humid summer across the midwest.

They say heat and humidity make for a lot of rag weed to grow... and mold can also pose a problem.

Things you easily do to help with allergies are washing your clothes and hair after being outside... and not sleeping with a window open.

Doctors say switching allergy medicines shouldn't make a difference, although some people do see relief.

One in four nurses are attacked in their workplace... and a new proposal would elevate that offense from a misdemeanor to a felony here in wisconsin.

Right now... anyone found guilty of intentionally hurting a nurse is charged with a misdemeanor.

Penalties for the crime are a fine up to 10- thousand dollars and nine months in jail.

Under the new proposal... the crime would be elevated to a felony, punishable by that same 10- thousand dollar fine... and increasing time served up to six years.

W-p-r reports the proposal has a bipartisan group of co- sponsors... it has yet to be voted on in an assembly or senate committee.

Another bill in the works would give certain patients the option to die peacefully in their sleep.

Democratic lawmakers introduced the "end of life options act..."

Which would give mentally- capable, terminally-ill adults with a prognosis of six months or less to live-- the ability to ingest medication to die if their suffering becomes unbearable.

Wisconsin-native bill baum joined lawmakers supporting the bill at the capitol today.

His high-school sweetheart was diagnosed with terminal lymphoma... and chose to undergo medical aid-in dying in california.

"this process gave barbara a sense of economy over her dying and helped her reduce her anxiety.

Finally on september 1st, barbara decided to take the medication.

With me at her side and her doctor and nurse looking on, she went to sleep on her own bed in her beautiful bedroom and died peacefully within an hour.

Across the country, nine states and the district of columbia have authorized medical aid in dying options.

Chris will have a closer look at your friday dayplanner straight ahead.

Plus... a germantown girl is doing something good for her local police department.

We'll have that story when we come back.

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Today: partly sunny, warm and humid with a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. high: 82 wind: s 6-12 mph tonight: partly cloudy, mild and muggy with patchy fog and a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. low: 66 wind: s 6-12 mph ...and that's your first alert forecast the germantown police department needs thousands of dollars for a new police k-9... when lanie heard they needed help... she stepped up in a sweet way.

And my turn!

Lainie stephens doesn't go far without her toy germantown police k-9 named "hato" he has a badge!

See it says h-a-t-t-o!

Lainie knows police officers and their k-9's are there to protect her they're nice and keep up safe when lainie's parents learned the germantown police department was raising money for a new k-9 ... they decided to help.

Hey, welcome lainie and her parents set up a lemonade stand there were lots of people coming!

They were my customers!

The adorable toddler is quite the salesperson she's pretty cute, it's hard to say no to that face.

The germantown police chief came to meet the little girl serving up lemonade for their cause and shared this picture on the police department's facebook page business skyrocketed as people saw the post and came down to sip on a glass of kindness people were coming to the sale just to meet lainie and have some lemonade.

Lainie's stand raised more than 750 dollars thorughout the weekend and the toddler brought her hard-earned cash to the police department we give the money to the police chief.

He told me thank you showing us all .

It just takes one little girl, with a big heart and her toy k-9 .

To make a difference ..

One lemonade at a time.

It doesn't matter how small you are.

You can still have a huge impact.

So i've been so proud of her.

Since then... lanie's been making national headlines.

Her mom started a gofundme page so people across the country can donate.

It's already raised more than 1-thousand dollars for germantown police.

Still ahead - we've got the top 3 things you need to know this morning before you head out the door.

And young people across the country are planning to walk out of class today... we'll tell you all about the global 'youth climate strike' ... that's when news 3 now this morning continues.

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Good morning ... and thanks for staying with us on this friday, september 20th.

Here are the top 3 things you need to know this morning.

One person is dead and five others are wounded in a mass shooting on the streets of washington d-c... just two miles from the white house.

It happened around 10 eastern time... police believe it was a drive-by shooting done by two male suspects with an a-k style rifle.

No one has been arrested... and that police don't know the motive.

All are expected to survive.

Secretary-of- state mike pompeo says he wants a peaceful resolution to the standoff with iran after last weekend's attack on saudi arabian oil facilities.

Iran's foreign minister says any military strike against iran by the u-s or saudi arabia will spark an "all-out war."

President trump has vowed to slap additional sanctions on iran.

The islamic republic continues to deny it was behind the missle and drone attack.

A roughly 100- mile stretch of southeastern texas is experiencing massive flooding this morning... as remnants of tropical storm imelda severely flooded parts of texas and louisiana yesterday.

Rescue crews and volunteers with boats are struggling to reach stranded drivers and families trapped in their homes.

It's the most rain texas has seen since hurricane harvey hit houston just over two years ago.

Those are your top 3 things you need to know today... haddie's here now with your out the door weather and traffic update.

(chris ad-libs) today: partly sunny, warm and humid with a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. high: 82 wind: s 6-12 mph tonight: partly cloudy, mild and muggy with patchy fog and a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. low: 66 wind: s 6-12 mph saturday: mostly cloudy, windy and humid, but not as warm with scattered showers and thunderstorms, mainly in the afternoon.

High: 77 wind: se 15-25 mph saturday night: mostly cloudy, mild, and muggy with scattered showers and thunderstorms. low: 64 wind: s 10-15 mph sunday: mostly cloudy and a little cooler with scattered showers and thunderstorms, especially in the morning.

High: 73 wind: sw 6-12 mph monday: mostly sunny and pleasant.

Low: 54 high: 72 tuesday: partly sunny and pleasant (a chance of showers and thunderstorms at night).

Low: 54 high: 73 wednesday: partly sunny and breezy with a slight chance of an afternoon shower.

Low: 59 high: 72 thursday: partly sunny and a little cooler.

Low: 54 high: 68 friday: partly sunny and seasonably cool.

Low: 50 high: 67 saturday: partly sunny, breezy and milder with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. low: 55 high: 74 sunday: partly sunny and mild with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. low: 58 high: 74 ((chris reece has your first alert traffic update)) and that's your first alert traffic thanks haddie!

((time check)) we have breaking news just into the newsroom moments ago... south carolina state university is on lockdown right now for reports of a shooting on campus.

Students have been instructed to stay inside... according to an email sent to students by the university.

S-c state is about an hour northwest of charleston.

There is no word on any injuries at this point... we have limited details about this situation right now, but we'll pass along any new information as it becomes available.

Breaking news into the channel3000 alert center... police are looking for a suspect who they say broke into an apartment early this morning.

Officers went to an apartment complex on monterey drive near warner park around 1:30 this morning.

They say the attempted burglar snuck his way into the basement of the apartment building and ran when police got there.

Anyone with information is asked to contact madison area crime stoppers.

Farmers in grant county are seeing some of the most significant impacts from the rains over the past week.

Emergency management says they've seen more than 16 inches there... six inches happening on wednesday night alone.

State highway 81 was shut down for a while thursday morning because the floodwaters were too high.

Farmers in the area say this type of thing is happening more and more recently... and every time it does, it leaves a lot of clean-up for everyone.

(((""9:27 you can see coming down the road where it is coming across the ripples, that's all going to be washed out and there's going to be a lot of roads here in grant county that are going to be that way.

This is a township road.

That's a state road.

Township crews are going to have a lot of cleanup 9:45 (18?) "))) another farmer told us there's no way to prepare for floods like this.

Since it happens so often, he's come to accept that he and others will spend a lot of time cleaning up after it stops raining.

Fall doesn't officially begin until monday... but for many in south-central wisconsin, it kicks off a few days early!

Local pumpkin farms are preparing to welcome this weekend.

Christina lorey joins us live from schuster's farm in deerfield with what to know about this year's pumpkin crop before you go!

Josh and leah--- farmers aren't sure just yet how this year's pumpkin crop will turn out.

But they're coming off one of the best years in pumpkin history!

2018 netted a record crop--- and from the looks of things here at schuster's, this family-owned farm has plenty for your family to pick from this fall!

To find your nearest pumpkin farm, or how you can get tickets to come to schuster's, head to our website channel 3000 dot com.

...thanks!

Young people across the country are planning to walk out of class today as part of a global 'youth climate strike.'

It's being organized to kick off a 'week of action' across the globe to urge those in power to address climate change ... with events planned in 156 different countries.

In madison -- young people are planning on gathering at m- g-and-e downtown for a rally.

They want to see governor evers declare a 'state of climate emergency' ... and demand m-g- and-e to transition to 100 percent renewable energy by the year 20-30.

That rally is scheduled to run from 1 to 3.

In milwaukee... a man convicted for the deaths of four people finds himself back in court in front of the same judge that convicted him..

But this time ... it's for a celebration.

Ramiah whiteside caused a crash... leading police on a chase and killing four people waiting at a silver spring bus stop back in 19-95.

He was sentenced to the maximum of 47 years.

Now, out on parole... whiteside married his fiance carla and asked that same judge who sentenced him to perform the wedding.

Judge hansher was told about whiteside's progress years after the sentencing.

The two started writing each other and hansher eventually pushed for whiteside's parole.

Ramiah whiteside, convict turned groom: "it was kind of spontaneous.

But i planned on doing it because for me, that's full circle."

Whiteside acknowledged that it's impossible to reverse what happened... but says he plans to dedicate the rest of his life to positively impacting the lives of others.

Chris has a closer look at your weekend forecast... coming up.

Plus our wil loper has two new movies for you to check out this weekend... keep watching news 3 now this morning.

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On the next live at four, we'll preview a cycling fundraiser going toward cancer research.

And our micheal bruno goes backstage with the hit musical today: partly sunny, warm and humid with a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. high: 82 wind: s 6-12 mph tonight: partly cloudy, mild and muggy with patchy fog and a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. low: 66 wind: s 6-12 mph ...and that's your first alert forecast we're almost to the halfway point in our koats for kids drive ... and we continue to be impressed with the genorosity of our community.

Our coat count is up to more than 12-hundred so far!

That's a little behind last year's pace ... but there's still plenty of time to donate.

You have until saturday, october 5th to drop off those coats and any other kind of winter gear to any klinke cleaners location in dane county.

They'll clean those items for free before they go out to families in need.

The items we collect will be distributed in mid-october.

Sylvester stallone is back in one of his most famous roles... plus... brad pitt takes on the role of an astronaut who goes looking for his father in a mission that could save humanity.

Here's this week's loper report.

"all these years i've kept my secrets.

But the time has come to face my past."

Sylvester stallone is back as old man rambo, on one final mission that involves at least eight thousand bullets and three hundred explosions.

"rambo: last blood" is rated r "what can you tell us about the lima project?"

"its objective was to search for advanced extra terrestrial life.

Ship disappeared approximately 16 years into the mission."

"and the commander was?"

"my father."

Brad pitt is an astronaut traveling through space to find answers about his father and our place in the universe.

"the earth put its hopes in him.

And now his fate is on me."

"ad astra" is rated pg-13 "we have a job to do.

Are you ready?

"i'm ready."

Coming up at six - we'll have a preview of the much-anticipated 'downton abbey' movie.

We've got another warm and humid day on the way for your friday... but chris is tracking more storms heading into the weekend... that's next.

Plus... we're getting ready for game day after a week off in madison.

What to expect... and what to wear... when news 3 now this morning is back.

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Today: partly sunny, warm and humid with a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. high: 82 wind: s 6-12 mph tonight: partly cloudy, mild and muggy with patchy fog and a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. low: 66 wind: s 6-12 mph saturday: mostly cloudy, windy and humid, but not as warm with scattered showers and thunderstorms, mainly in the afternoon.

High: 77 wind: se 15-25 mph saturday night: mostly cloudy, mild, and muggy with scattered showers and thunderstorms. low: 64 wind: s 10-15 mph sunday: mostly cloudy and a little cooler with scattered showers and thunderstorms, especially in the morning.

High: 73 wind: sw 6-12 mph monday: mostly sunny and pleasant.

Low: 54 high: 72 tuesday: partly sunny and pleasant (a chance of showers and thunderstorms at night).

Low: 54 high: 73 wednesday: partly sunny and breezy with a slight chance of an afternoon shower.

Low: 59 high: 72 thursday: partly sunny and a little cooler.

Low: 54 high: 68 friday: partly sunny and seasonably cool.

Low: 50 high: 67 saturday: partly sunny, breezy and milder with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. low: 55 high: 74 sunday: partly sunny and mild with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. low: 58 high: 74 the badgers face off agianst michigan tomorrow... in one of the biggest games of the season.

It'll be the first time since 20-16 that camp randall will high: 74 the badgers face off agianst michigan tomorrow... in one of the biggest games of the season.

It'll be the first time since 20-16 that camp randall will host a matchup of top-15 teams. the badgers are ranked 13th... while michigan is two spots ahead at 11th.

The badgers are coming off of one of their two bye weeks... for head coach paul chryst... he says everyone has their ways of keeping their guys sharp so they can hit the ground running when it's game time again... (paul chryst) i think it would be pretty hypocritical of us as coaches if we're always asking our players to keep working and find ways to get better, and we just say "oh, we've got the perfect schedule.

We know exactly everything."

There's stuff to be learned.

I feel good in what we did.

That saying, regardless of what's going to happen for the game.

If you're going to the game... the badgers are trying to have fans "stripe out" camp randall ... based on the section where you're sitting ... you should wear red or white.

Here's a graphic that shows which sections should wear which color.

It should look really cool if they can pull it off ... but getting 80 thousand fans to color coordinate could be a challenge.

Haddie will have the latest you know that look?

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Cosmetic.

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Do not receive botox?

Cosmetic if you have a skin infection.

Side effects may include allergic reactions, injection site pain, headache, eyebrow, eyelid drooping, and eyelid swelling.

Tell your doctor about your medical history, muscle or nerve conditions, and medications including botulinum toxins as these may increase the risk of serious side effects.

So, give that just saw a puppy look.

And whatever that look is.

Look like you... with fewer lines.

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