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this morning the headache still isn't over for passengers. veronica macias joins us live at mitchell international airport when delta passengers arrived this morning the kiosks morning the arrived this morning the kiosks weren't working. how is the line moving? very very very slowly by noon the line still snaked around the delta ticket counter at mitchell international airport....jus after a system wide computer outage grounded their jets. there's nothing you can do about it you got to flow with it. when small children are in tow its not that easy. louise eckardt is trying to get back home to puerto rico. big delays means many connecting flights will be missed and families today are forced to sit and have patience. we're not going to make our connecting so.. we're planning
while a computer glitch is to blame... moms like louise are thankful delta's computers are up and running again and so is her daughters' during the watch my ipad ?southwest? airlines cancelled more than two thousand flights because of a similar problem last decision 2016 coverage now. tomorrow is primary election day in wisconsin. voters will decide which candidates will face off in november's general election. election officials expect about 16 percent of
polls. house speaker paul ryan is facing a challenge from within his own party. julia fello is live in janesville with that story. speaker paul ryan answered questions from workers in racine at a&e tools. they make tools are sold in 25 different countries. the president of the company explains why their company's overseas sales have gone down. right now exporting for us is down 50% year over year because the value of the burdens overseas the speaker of the house was given a tour of his business. ryan says he wants to understand the snags in businessses like his, to help wisconsin succeed. this includes lowering taxes that can be more than triple other countries, and create better trade deals. one employee asked whether one trade deal called tpp -- or the trans pacific partnership will be voted on.. something the speaker had at first been
we don't have the votes to pass it because people like me have problems with the provisions of it04 that we believe need to get fixed but here's the thing we do need trade agreements he whipped the votes for fast track trade promotion authority and for him to now stand before you and say he's not there yet on it is disingenuous at best paul ryan is the soulless globalist that drove this whole deal and for him to say now that he's not there on it yet is just i don't even have words for it nehlen says hes working on behalf of american workers and believes paul ryan is working for chinese workers by making bad deals. businessman paul nehlen made it a point to speak right here.. in front of the speakers congressional office in janesville. he gave a grim grim outlook saying the
interest and he wants your vote to save wisconsin. live in janesville julia fello todays tmj four voters will select candidates in several other races... including the democratic primary for u-s senate. former senator russ feingold faces fellow democrat scott harbach. republican senator ron johnson has no primary opponent.fourth district congresswoman gwen moore faces a challenge from fellow democrat gary george. and in milwaukee county, district attorney john chisholm is being challenged in the primary by verona swanigan. hillary clinton's lead over donald trump is growing according c-n-n's "poll of polls." that's a combination of six major polls conducted after both party conventions. the "poll of polls" shows clinton with an average of 49 percent support. trump has 39. the "poll of polls" ?before? the conventions showed clinton with a ?four? point lead. both clinton and trump talked about jobs and the economy
on the economy today. he spoke to a business group in detroit. trump said he would make massive cuts in business reglations, and cap business income taxes. under my plan, no american company will pay more than 15% of their business income in taxes. in other words, we're reducing your taxes from 35% to 15% hillary clinton attacked trumps plan, saying it benefits the rich at the expense of the middle class. i am not going to raise taxes on the middle class, raise them on the rich because that's where the money is more on the campaign is coming up at 5:30 on the n-b-c nightly news. thousands of people are at the state fair enjoying some of
jesse ritka is there live with the coolest vehicle this side of the bat mobile-- the "today's t-m-j four storm chaser." today's beautiful blue skies should continue into the evening hours with plenty of stars to be seen early. while the surface high pressure continues to be the primary influence on our conditions leading to day after day of dry weather, there are some subtle changes set to come by tomorrow morning. a wiggle in the mid-levels of the atmosphere should lead to an increase in clouds late tonight and into at least the first part of tuesday. meantime, as the high pressure pulls off to our east, the return southerly winds will points surging by wednesday into thursday. we can expect the mercury to surge near 90 degrees in some neighborhoods mid to late week, while dew points climb into the oppressive 70 degree range. low pressure is expected to increase the instability around here and tap into the growing moisture leading to a better chance of showers and storms by late thursday and
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the water slide opened two years ago. the difference between dissapointment and olympic glory, can be one one-hundreth of a second..tonight -- our special olympic coverage continues.. steve chamraz is in the olympic zone -- with what's coming up at 6:30. thanks george and carole. nathan adrian felt that dissapointment in the london games.. so to make himself swim faster in the pool, he's relying on a cool new techenology.. we'll show you how it olympic zone -- at 6:30. scott steele tells us when we can expect rain at the wisconsin state fair. and john malan will show us how people are enjoying their time on the fairgrounds. john joins us live when we come back. feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message.
loses, senator johnson falls back on the ten million dollar bonus he paid himself as ceo. a big corporate payout for him. johnson: i've always said... i win either way. narrator: if he wins, he gets another six years to support tax loopholes and bad trade deals that ship jobs overseas. all to benefit corporations and multi-millionaires like him. johnson: i win either way.
the weather has been great so far for the wisconsins state fair.john malan is live with us at the fair. today's beautiful blue skies should continue into the evening hours with plenty of stars to be seen early. while the surface high pressure continues to be the primary influence on our conditions leading to day after day of dry weather, there are some subtle changes set to come by tomorrow the mid-levels of the atmosphere should lead to an increase in clouds late tonight and into at least the first part of tuesday. meantime, as the high pressure pulls off to our east, the return southerly winds will send temperatures and dew points surging by wednesday into thursday. we can expect the mercury to surge near 90 degrees in some neighborhoods mid to late week, while dew
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looking at the medal count so far, the united states leads with 13 medals.china and japan both have ten medals-- and italy and russia each with nine medals. coming up tonight in primetime you'll see 4 synchronized platform diving. the usa men's gymnastics team goes for gold and of course, more beach volleball action. that's your olympic update.
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meltdown, chaos as delta suffers a worldwide crisis. terminals packed w people. water slide tragedy, a 10-year-old boy dies on the tallest water slide in the world. a terrifying accident and growing questions tonight about what happened. sounding the alarm, 50 senior republicans warning donald trump would be, quote, the most reckless president in american history, showing his support is