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that breaking news -- a massive delta airlines outage is grounding flights across the country. a system wide computer failure is the problem. this is a live look at mitchell international. the airport says all delta flights are on time -- but that could be because the first flight doesn't take off for another half hour tweeting at customers overnight-- and say they're working to get the system up and running. we're monitoring the situation and will bring you updates throughout the morning. good morning. i'm susan kim. i'm vince vitrano.let's start off with a check on the weather... with meteorologist brian gotter. after a beautiful weekend, the comfortable weather continues this morning with lows in the 50s and low 60s under a clear
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very nice with sunshine, a light easterly breeze, highs near 80, and just a little bit of humidity. it is the pick day of the week! tonight is partly cloudy and warmer with lows in the mid 60s. new this morning-police investigating a shooting that killed a 29-year-old man and injured a 14-man and new this morning-police investigating a shooting that killed a 29-year-old man and injured a 14-year-old boy. neighbors near 4th and
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night.police have not announced any arrests. it's not known if a driver will be cited -- for hitting and killing a three year old milwaukee girl at her own birthday party.a memorial is growing near 84th and marion for jayda handy.witnessess say she ran into the street saturday -- as her grandfather approached ... and was hit by another car.paramedics were unable to save her.the driver is cooperating with police milwaukee police still killed two motorcyclists over the weekend.video from the department of transportation shows the accident at mckinley avenue... near sixth street.we stop the video here... before the impacta 21-year-old pickup driver turned left into the path of the motorcycles and both bikes hit the truck happening today-'children's hospital of wisconsin' is set to release more information about a new study on concussionsthe report says families should ?not? be worried if a child's
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once resuming day -to -day activities.. however ... high-risk activities like football and tree climbing should wait until after children have recovered from concussion. packers extra.today, fans will learn how to get a ticket refund -- after last night's game between the packers and colts got canceled.the president of the pro football hall of fame canceled the game due to poor field conditions. lance allan has more from canton, ohio ((lance allan says "the third time not the charm for e called early due to weather. and this time around in 2016, it is because the logo in the center of the field creating unsafe playing conditions.")) ((mike mccarthy says "frankly, it was a player safety issue. i give the committe and everybody involved a lot of credit for making the right decision. the field wasn't where it needed to be."))
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a disappointment to a lot of guys that this was an opportunity to get out there and show them what they have. these preseason games, you have no idea how much time you have left, so this is an opportunity lost. but fully understand the decision made by everyone involved that could make the decision to call this game. if it is not safe for the players, then you shouldn't play.")) ((mark murphy says "biggest issue facing the league is player safety. when you have something like this come up, you need to do your due diligence and really look at it. the decision that the league made....we support it and i think it was the only decision that could be made."))... ((lance allan says "now the packers 1st preseason game will be this at home friday against the cleveland browns. in canton, lance allan, todays tmj4.")) with no game to watch ... some decided to spend a little extra time at the wisconsin state fair.i'd rather sit in front of the tv and go go pack go. it just means he has to
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rock band "newsboys" takes the main stage tonight.the fair ends this sunday. a live shot of the olympic cauldron in rio de janeiro where today the usa team of walsh-jennings and ross will take on the team from china. some golden moments in rio... swimmer katie ledecky won her first rio gold medal by setting a world record in the 400 meter freestyle. on the men's side: michael phelps earned his 23rd medal in the 'four by 100' meter freestyle relay . in tennis - the williams sisters -- serena and venus lost their first ever doubles match . lets take a look at the medal count this morningthe u-s leads all countries with 12 medals -- three of them gold. that's followed by china... italy... japan and australia.. decision 20-16the presidential candidates give dueling speeches on the economy this week ...and a member of the
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reports the first bush - jeb's son - is going public to support donald trump:(sot: george p. bush/ jeb bush's son)"you know what: you get back up and you help the man that won and you make sure we stop hillary clinton."trump goes to the heart of american manufacturing today - detroit - to lay out his economic plan: (sot: donald trump/ (r) presidential candidate)"our country is losing companies, country losing jobs, trade deficits massive in the world." trump's expected to focus on taxes, energy, government regulation and trade -- avoiding deals like the tpp...hillary clinton's runningmate says he'll vote against it:("nbc meet the press") super burned in(sot: tim kaine/ (d) vice presidential candidate) "we can't have a deal that cannot be enforced." trump ally newt gingrich admits... the candidate's numbers don't add up:("fox news sunday") super burned in(sot: newt gingrich/ (r) fmr. house speaker)"of course not. i think
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in the media."(sot: mark halperin/ managing editor, bloomberg politics)"what he neds about more of what republicans want to see him talk about. jobs, strong foreign policy."aides say clinton's economic speech thursday - also in detroit - will focus on the big jobs package she's promised in her first 100 daysand an economy that works for middle class families... not just the rich. a new abc-washington post poll puts her 8 points ahead of trump. but they're about even on who voters trust to deal with the economy.(insert ends) (two second pause)audio outcue: tracie potts, nbc news, democrat russ feingold will be in our area today.the former senator will tour u-m-a specialities in pewaukee.. he'll meet with the the tour is at 10 this morning. senator ron johnson also campaigning today.the republican will join wisconsin attorney general brad schimel in hartland to discuss the opiate epidemic in waukesha county.it takes place this afternoon at the hartland fire department up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--why some protesters believe the details in shooting of an unarmed black man is being covered up
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witnesses say they saw -- before a young boy died on a slide. and taking a live look
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after a beautiful weekend, the comfortable weather continues this morning with lows in the 50s and low 60s under a clear sky and low humidity. today is very nice with sunshine, a light easterly breeze, highs near 80, and just a little bit of humidity. it is the pick day of the week! tonight is
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lows in the mid 60s. beyond wisconsin-we now know this young boy -- who died while riding the world's tallest water park slide -- was the son of a kansas beyond wisconsin-we now know this young boy -- who died while riding the world's tallest water park slide -- was the son of a kansas state lawmaker.10-year-old caleb schwab was the son of representative scott schwab. the circumstances surrounding his death are not known, but some witnesses reported some sort of issue with the front harness.the family put out a
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more protests expected following another controversial police shooting in chicago.on sunday, demonstrators marched through downtown -- over the deadly shooting of an 18-year-old black man accused of stealing a car.paul o'neal was shot in the back.demonstrators voiced strong suspicions that officer body cameras had been turned off as part of a cover-up. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--the major league baseball star hanging up his cleats.plus: sickened at a wedding. why 300 guests evacuated the ended up in the hospital... at
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good morning everyone.im rod burks for the oneminute drill on this monday.they packers didn't get a chanceto kickoff their preseasonyesterday against the coltsin the hall-
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canceled the game of bad conditionson the field. here's mike mccarthy onright before the game representativesof the hall-of-fame and both teams decide to shut the came down because of the conditions of the field.brewers and diamondbacksbrewers and . brewers and diamondbacksgame three out west..3rd inning jonathan "vee-are" with the solo shot crew up 2-nothing. the diamond ck three runs in the 4th inning which was capped by this throwing errorby jimmy nelson, .later in the 6th former berwers rickieweeks singles to center scoring another run. diamondback beat the brewers.9 to 3.the brewers are back at home tonight opening up their series against the atlanta braves a miller park.that's your one minute drill havea a great day everyon major league baseball's three- thousand hit club has a new member.ichiro suzuki got the milestone hit off the colorado rockies .before coming to the
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collected more than 12-hundred hits in japan.ichiro is the 30th player in major league history to have three-thousand hits.pete rose holds the all- time hits record with four-thousand 256. friday will be the last time baseball fans will see superstar alex rodriguez hit the field.nicknamed "a-rod" -- rodriguez has experienced a lot of ups and downs in his 22 year career.fromro allegations to admission.. the 41-year-old will don yankee pinstripes for the final time friday. i love this game and i love this team and today i'm saying goodbye to both. i never thought i would play for 22 years. i just wanted to make
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rodriguez is four home runs shy of 700. after a beautiful weekend, the comfortable weather continues this morning with lows in 50s and low 60s under a clear sky and low humidity. today is very nice with sunshine, a
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near 80, and just a little bit of humidity. it is the pick day of the week! tonight is partly cloudy and warmer with lows in the mid 60s.the humidity gets more uncomfortable for tuesday highs in the low to mid 80s and a lot of sun. wednesday remains sunny, very warm and humid with highs in the mid to upper 80s.thursday is the most uncomfortable day of the week with highs near 90 and very steamy humidity, and look for scattered late afternoon t'storms to develop. the best chance for rain this week is thursday night and friday with
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a row, the weather looks awesome with sunshine, low
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quietdry roads incident free this morning several overnight closures are re-opening in the next 10 to 20 minutes more local news now... all are expected to recover after a wedding reception in madison was evacuated due to carbon monoxide.three-hundred guests were evacuated and 26 people
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department says the band that was playing was running a generator inside. wisconsin's corn and soybean crops are among the nation's best according to the national agricultural statistics service.as of last week.. 39- percent of the state's corn and 35-percent of its soybeans were in excellent condition.ag specialists credit timely rain and seasonal temperatures for the near perfect growing season. check this out... rock band kiss is honoring local veterans and military rock tour.local army reserve sergeant first class kelly davis will be the band's "roadie for a day" at tonight's show at the bmo harris bradley center.there will also be a five minute tribute to the military during tonight's concert. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--meet the milwaukee men behind a very special basketball game.and- cutting for a cause.how this group of local barbers put
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a live shot of the olympic cauldron in rio de janeiro an update to a story we first brought you nearly two years ago.a milwaukee man living with brain cancer, recently passed away.noah gilday shared his fight to survive his brain cancer called glioblastoma. doctors told glioblastoma. doctors told him he had at most, a year to live.his father shared how experimental treatment extended his son's life. noah's message was a message of hope and you fight not just
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possibility of a cure some day immunotherapy treatment is designed to boost the body's natural defenses.to learn more about noah's journey, head to tmj4-dot-com. barbers from six local shops donated their time and talent -- to help those in need.they recently gave free haircuts at kosciuszko park in milwaukeein addition to the trim -- they also talked to kids about the "we've seen a lot of negative, negative, negative. for a change we'd like to see a positive. so why not start with us." this is the second year in a row we do this. hopefully next year we organize it a little better. all we just trying to do is help the homeless people, the less fortunate people, trying to change the, milwaukee one haircut at a time. 15:49:00 "nories" pizza donated food for the event... and
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supplies to kids in need. celebrating the champions - ?off the court. that was the theme at the fifteenth annual 29th street alumnae scholarship basketball game. the team was formed about 30 years ago by a group of young men wanting to distract themselves from the violence of the streets.now they're helping a new generation. respect into their lives.""the streets are rough out there in milwaukee and many young black boys are fatherless. those of us that can try to bring in some nurturing, love and respect into r this year -- "29th street" honored andre lee ellis - a north side resident who created a community garden at 9th and ring. up next on live at daybreak on today's tmj4--the latest on a computer outage affecting delta customers around the globe.how the f-d-a is making it harder for minors to get
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breaking at 5:00...?nationwide outage?the airline experiencing ?major delays this morning-- and how it could impact travel if you're flying out of mitchell international today. plus...drowsy driving dangers-- the new report out this morning showing how hazardous it really is if you get behind the wheel ?without
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this morning...after a gorgeous weekend-- humidity and ?rain-- return. when we ?could see some storms-- ahead. welcome to live at daybreak on today's tmj4. i'm vince vitrano.and i'm susan kim. let's get a check of your weather and traffic together... after a beautiful weekend, the comfortable weather this morning with lows in the 50s and low 60s under a clear sky and low humidity. today is very nice with sunshine, a light easterly breeze, highs near 80, and just a little bit of humidity. it is the pick day of the week! tonight is partly cloudy and warmer with

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